Injuries, 'potential', flashes of brilliance but no consistency. Enough about Arsenal, what about Walcott...?
JT is initiating a tussle for power at Chelsea against the only man he cannot beat. Call his bluff, Roman.
Azpilicueta backs Terry to maintain his high performances during his contract stand-off.
"He will be not just be professional, but with all his heart as well," says Chelsea boss.
He might have been offered a new contract but public fuss will not go down well.
Crystal Palace boss says the outgoing Chelsea captain always "sniggers" at the question.
How will Chelsea finish in 13th without John Terry? He nearly bloody died, you know...
Even a Chelsea mailboxer thinks JT has behaved badly. Plus, Elneny, the FA Cup, clones and more...
Martin Keown has issued a touching tribute to John Terry, simply saying that Tony Adams was better
John Terry could yet be offered a Chelsea deal extension despite announcing he is leaving.
First Cecil the lion, now England's lion. JT will leave Chelsea at the end of the season.
John Terry has finally admitted what the world has known all along: that he has "never had legs".
Chelsea players took to social media to thank Mourinho for his contribution to their time at Stamford Bridge.
"I've never been quick," says the Chelsea captain. It just takes "a little bit longer to recover", that's all.
United and Chelsea captains make shortlist of famous footballers from votes by half-arsed players.
John Terry hopes Chelsea's win over Norwich can be the 427th time they have kick-started their season.
Rio Ferdinand will no longer be teaming up with John Terry and Ashley Cole for charity.
Robbie Savage claims the "game is doomed" after he hit back in the John Terry row.
How experienced must you be to criticise a player? JT's comments reveal the pressure on his boss
Chelsea captain John Terry claims that the club's fans want to see Jose Mourinho's post-match whimpers.
"You take it as a footballer. I’ll take it from the Rios, Carras and Neville. All day long." From Savage, JT? "Nah."
Rio Ferdinand, John Terry and Ashley Cole are all set to line up together in a UNICEF charity match at Old Trafford.
It was only a matter of time before Chelsea’s dreadful start to…
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