Chelsea’s season has been a baffling one so far. We may be only eight games into the Premier League campaign, but the Blues have shown extreme strengths and worrying weaknesses already, with significant defeats at the hands of Liverpool and Arsenal having seemingly convinced Antonio Conte to make a major tactical change.
From using a 4-1-4-1 set-up, the Italian has defaulted to the three-man rearguard system that served him so well in Italy with Juventus and the national side, and although the results thus far have been encouraging, there remains a big question: where does John Terry fit in?
The Londoners’ skipper has been out injured during this period, but he’s now nearing match fitness, at which point Conte will have to address the elephant in the room. We at FFC Towers were intrigued to know what you lot think regarding the 35-year-old’s suitability to 3-4-3, and the results from our earlier poll are in…
As the numbers show, there is no clear consensus, with 56% still in Team Terry while 44% believe his days as a starting XI regular are effectively over.
Ultimately, the decision rests with Conte.