John Terry is an English professional footballer who plays for and captains Championship club Aston Villa. He commonly plays as a centre back. He was previously captain of Chelsea and the English national team. A strong, tenacious, commanding and physical defender, Terry excels in the air and is known for his aggressive tackling, positioning, leadership and his ability to read the game; he is considered to be one of the greatest central defenders of his generation.
Terry was named UEFA Club Defender of the Year in 2005, 2008 and 2009, PFA Players’ Player of the Year in 2005, and was included in the FIFPro World XI for five consecutive seasons, from 2005 to 2009. He was also named in the all-star squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the only English player to make the team. Terry is Chelsea’s most successful captain, having led them to five Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups, one UEFA Europa League and one UEFA Champions League title since 2004.
He is one of five players to have made over 500 appearances for Chelsea and is also the club’s all-time highest scoring defender. In 2007, he became the first captain to lift the FA Cup at the new Wembley Stadium in Chelsea’s 1–0 win over Manchester United, and also the first player to score an international goal there, scoring a header in England’s 1–1 draw with Brazil. In his final season at Chelsea in 2017, he became the first-ever player to captain a team to the Premier League title on five occasions.
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When he’s at corporate events, John is known to cover the following topics:
- Football Speaker
- Sports Speaker
- Maximising Success
- Peak Performance
- Leading A Team
- The Premier League
- The Championship
- Football Mangement
- Sporting Success
Watch John delivering his farewell speech at Stamford Bridge, for Chelsea here: