He has already said… goodbye to Stamford Bridge as a Chelsea player (who knows? He may return there as opponent), but there is still one game left before the season is over, and John Terry insists that he is not going to make a decision on his future until well after the FA Cup final against Arsenal.
I am going to take my time. Generally I am going to step away a little bit. Honestly, I haven’t decided yet. I love playing football to be honest and while I still can, which I know I can
the Chelsea legend told reporters at the Blues’ training ground. As for who his successor is at Chelsea, mostly in terms of leadership, John Terry seemed pretty sure that it’s no other than Gary Cahill.
He’s been brilliant, not only performances, but the kind of stuff that you guys don’t get to see. If you lose a game or have a big defeat or stuff like that, he is the one to step up. He’s had to step into that captain role as well
Terry said, before praising his teammate even more.
I think he has proved this year that he is a captain, and again I think he has earned that right, if the manager decides to give the armband to him. He’s the one who has had the armband either way. He’s played almost every minute of every game
the departing Chelsea defender said.