John Terry Reveals His Toughest Opponent In His Entire Career

Rachel Hardy
December 20, 2017

In a later segment, JT was drafted in to talk about this year's all-conquering Manchester City side, which of course would be smacked down by Chelsea's all-conquering 2004-06 side.

Terry is expected to come back into Villa's starting line-up in the coming weeks, which will be a major boost for Bruce's men's promotion chances.

Terry ended his 19-year spell with Chelsea at the end of last season and opted to join Villa during the summer transfer window. The young midfielder seemed to defy the collective slump, however, scoring four times in the last three games to end up in double figures for the season, just one behind the club's two joint scorers with 10 in 33 starts. "Oh behave! You creep", Carragher joked when Terry started naming his side, saying that he "must be after a job at Sky". But I do think naturally Scholes was unbelievable. I think Chelsea have found a player who can have the same career as some of the best defenders here'.

Terry added it was indeed more tasking than Mourinho's training sessions.

"He got on the phone to me and said I'm his main man, work hard in the summer". It was seen as something of a coup when Chelsea landed him from Genk for around £7 million and no great slight on a player who had already played an important part in a title winning side when they farmed him out immediately to Werder Bremen. "I would leave that pitch in a coffin for him and every player felt the same".

"I wanted a new experience and challenge and probably one of the most intimidating things to me was talking into a new dressing room".

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"He has played some big games with great calm and great focus and concentration".

Meanwhile, Nathan Ake says he has nothing to prove to Conte despite Chelsea's decision to offload him in the summer.

'They're a very good side, with very good players, the same as Liverpool - the front players are really risky.

He makes no special effort to watch Chelsea's games and his only regular contact in the current squad is fellow academy graduate Christensen, but he admitted: 'I had a good time at Chelsea, so it will be good to be back at the Bridge'.

"Mentally and psychologically, he had us from day one".

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