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John Terry Doesn't Give A Shite If You Didn't Like His Spectacle On Saturday

John Terry Doesn't Give A Shite If You Didn't Like His Spectacle On Saturday
By Gavin O'Callaghan

The final weekend of Premier League games was never supposed to give us much to talk about, especially Stamford Bridge where the already crowned winners were taking on the already declared worst team in the league.

But of course, in stepped John Terry to shake things up a bit.

John wanted his personal send off during the match, because apparently the 40 speeches about him during the title winning celebration wasn't enough. His idea to organise his own guard of honour by being substituted on the 26th minute triggered a much wider debate about footballing ethics and the man’s own opinion of himself.

The event was widely condemned for lack the lack of respect it showed to competition, and ridiculed for the sheer ridiculousness that he managed to convince everyone to go along with.



Terry quite frankly, doesn’t care what you think about him, or his send off, as he said in a press conference ahead of Saturday's FA Cup with Arsenal.

I couldn't care less, I promise you. All I care about is celebrating with my Chelsea fans. Me and them have a wonderful rapport and have done for 22 years.

Nothing that people write or say can ever get in the way of that.

If that's the way I want to go out, that's the way I go out because I've been here 22 years, I've won so many trophies - so if I wanted to play one minute and come off, I would have done.

I wanted to play 26 minutes because the shirt number means a lot to me and the supporters so as long as they are happy - and I was over the moon with the reception - I promise you I could not care less.

The number means a lot to him. John Terry - the ultimate team player. What a man.


Apparently, if you've been around 22 years, you are above reproach for stopping a competitive Premier League fixture for three minutes to get a personal send off, having organised with the other team to stop the game for you.

See Also: People Were FUMING With Chelsea's Bizarre Substitution Of John Terry In Final Game

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