Today, John Terry looks set to take part in what will be his final game for Chelsea Football Club, due to move onto pastures new – or potentially even retire – when his Stamford Bridge contract expires this summer.
The former England skipper has been a phenomenal servant to the west London outfit, something his unofficial title of ‘Captain, Leader, Legend’ pays direct testament to, and should he feature against Sunderland this afternoon as expected, it will undoubtedly be a tear-jerking moment for the centre-back and the Blues faithful.
Of course, its hard to add anything to the discussion about Terry that hasn’t already been said. He’s suffered his fair share of tribulations down the years but will always be remembered as a Chelsea and Premier League legend, such is his talent and level of success in the English game.
So instead of words, here’s a look at the numbers behind Terry’s 19-year senior career in a Blues jersey, one that has seen him lap up 17 trophies and cement his status as the club’s greatest ever player.
His tenure will inevitably come to an end this summer, but we at FootballFanCast hope to see Terry in the top flight yet again next season. Enjoy your day JT!