My Story, tonight’s episode dedicated to John Terry l Sky Sport

New appointment this evening at 8:15 p.m. on Sky Sport Football with the series “My Story”. The protagonist of the episode is Mr. Chelsea: “I loved working with Conte. And then he got me in shape: no sodas or ketchup”


“Captain, Leader, Legend”. Just walk into Stamford Bridge and look up. The banner is still there. A perfect synthesis to define what John Terry it was for the Chelsea. In London, unsurprisingly, there’s only one way to call it: Mr Chelsea. Not so much for the trophies, so much for coloring the city blue. But for the way he interpreted the motto throughout his career “It’s a Chelsea thing”, Chelsea style, become a success symbol and resilience.

The link with Italy

A career inextricably linked toItaly. Ranieri he notices him, takes him to the first team and names him captain. Zola and Vialli they are an example of how little talent is needed without work. Ancelotti consolidates the art of winning discovered by Mourinho. With you packs the perfect outing, with a Premier League cup in hand and goodbye at minute 26, the number of his life.“I owe everything to Ranieri, everyone loves his human qualities. He immediately believed in me… Zola, Vialli and Di Matteo changed the culture of the club. There are so many things that still make me want to play and throw myself into the fire for Mourinho.” It is always: “Ancelotti was one of the most responsive coaches I’ve ever had.” Finally on Conte: “I loved working with Conte, then he got me back in shape: no soft drinks or ketchup”.

Moscow night and Munich night

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John Terry opens his heart to Sky Sport even when traces the Moscow nightthe worst of his career. It slips on the disc of history, when in London we finally think of seeing a Champions League live. Self resumed in 2012, but in another form. In Monaco he is disqualified, he suffers from the stands like a real fan. He runs down the field when Drogba converts the decisive penalty.

In the legend

He jokes about it. He knows that fate in football draws unpredictable trajectories. Once again the charisma of one emerges legendary defender, the backbone of a club that has changed the hierarchies of English football history over the past 20 years with an eye always on the future. With in mind, who knows, the Chelsea Bench knowing that this banner “Captain, Leader, Legend” he will always be there, in his place.

Tonight at 8:15 p.m. on Sky Sport Football

Appointment with the long interview this eveningFriday, April 1, at 8:15 p.m. to Sky Sport Football. Also available on demand.


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