John Terry 'couldn't care less about criticism' of Chelsea farewell

John Terry 'couldn't care less about criticism' of Chelsea farewell

The Italian described this season as one of transition and he respectfully handled John Terry's departure after 22 years. This is amusing to him.

"I couldn't care less [about the criticism], I promise you, ' Terry said, according to The Daily Mail".

'All I care about is celebrating with my Chelsea fans. Mid table clubs have had more than their fair share of players included this season, but in the final team, it's some of the Premier League's big boys who get a mention, with Tottenham, Chelsea, and Arsenal having players included.

"When I went out to play last Monday night against Middlesbrough, the smell of the grass where it had rained, all of those things you take for granted are the things you are going to miss".

Now John Terry, who is not mad, will ride into the sunset to another club, where he can arrange all sorts of new kinds of ceremonies for himself.

Given how hard they battled to get into the Premier League, failing to retain their top-flight status was a bitter pill to swallow for Middlesbrough and Hull, while Sunderland fans had more or less long resigned themselves to life back outside the elite after several very close shaves in recent campaigns.

There was a celebratory air and an initial atmosphere like a testimonial before Terry's pre-planned substitution midway through the first half.

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On Thursday it was announced that Atletico's transfer ban, imposed due to irregularities with the signing of underage players, will stand.

Though the game was tied at 1-1 and there were slight protests from some Sunderland players for the ostentatious behaviour, the moment in itself reminded us all about how certain players leave an insurmountable legacy behind them and we can always continue to cherish them.

Conte is the third manager to win the Premier League manager of the year award in his debut season.

"I'm not talking about tactical game, I'm talking about motivation, right fire in ourselves, in our soul, in our heart". This year I'm probably fitter than I've ever been. "I'll be professional whatever role I play".

But the move divided opinion, with Keith Hackett, former general manager of Professional Game Match Officials Ltd, responsible for appointing officials for matches, and Chris Eaton, ex-FIFA head of security and former executive director for sport integrity for the International Centre for Sport Security, both backing the FA's intervention.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was as good as his word when making some seven changes for the final Premier League game against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.

"Physically I know I can play on".

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