Biding His Time
Yesterday, John Terry, once again, had to be content with a place on the bench.
Our club captain looed far from impressed with the situation but is experienced enough to know that some things, in this wonderful game of ours, don`t last forever.
Rumours of a spat with Rafa Benitez continue to circulate, although these have been vigorously denied, but Rafa does seem to be a bit on edge when asked why JT wasn`t in the line-up yesterday, commenting in the media,
"We have seven players on the bench - that`s the rule - and John Terry was one."
"He was not injured, he was training yesterday."
"He was not playing before as he was injured for 16 weeks. Now he is playing more."
But, returning to the noting lasts forever, there are strong indications, in one newspaper, this morning that Chelsea are keen to fast track JT into management, urging the experienced player to take his coaching badges as JT is seen, considering his leadership and motivational skills, to be a future Chelsea manager.
How would that grab you?
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