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John Terry’s ‘farewell’ is a load of hypocritical old tosh

One day soon he’ll be off to China for big money. He just has some public contract negotiation to do first

6 February 2016

9:00 AM

6 February 2016

9:00 AM

Just when you were thinking that the Premier League had become a much nicer place without José Mourinho in it, here comes another old friend from Stamford Bridge who can be relied on to pollute the atmosphere. Yes, it’s John Terry again, JT, Captain, Leader, Legend, who issued a tear-stained farewell saying Chelsea didn’t want him any more (sob), it couldn’t be a fairytale ending (sob), and he wasn’t going to retire at Chelsea (hysterical weeping).

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