Snapshot: Chelsea’s John Terry Does His Customary Full Kit Performance In Amsterdam

Alan Duffy

16th, May 2013


By Alan Duffy

We’d almost be disappointed if John Terry didn’t get all dressed up in true full kit w****r stylee these days, and on Wednesday night injured Chelsea captain didn’t disappoint.

JT was resplendent in his Chelsea kit as he held aloft the Europa League trophy. God love him.

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  1. One Man Went To Mow says:

    As did all the other un-used squad members as this is a UEFA directive and not their choice.

  2. Golden says:

    Hazard was in a full suit though? 5 game ban from UEFA?

  3. Mokum says:

    Hazard wore a suit. Besides, was it really necessary to put shinpads on?

  4. jimbob says:

    He gets out of a tracksuit faster than Jimmy Saville this cnut.

  5. Rick says:

    Chelsea just keep winning trophies unlike the other teams in London who have yet to win anything in recent years. Congrats to them for keeping the London on the map.

  6. Lloyd nemec says:

    He is truly the ultimate full kit wanker

  7. Mr Sensible says:

    Is there actually any proof that players must wear the full kit including shin pads when the trophy is lifted? If so why wasn’t Hazard?

    Also where was Terry in full kit picking up his losers medal when Chelsea lost the Super Cup.

    The man has no shame.

  8. Wynton says:

    JT – A genuine full kit wanker for the special moments. Did he also wear his skipper’s armband by the way??

  9. Vans says:

    I imagine there will be a similar story about Rooney and many other Utd players from Sunday then?? Or Maybe on Ryan Bertrand? Or maybe the fact that there were four goalkeepers in full kits?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Mokum, I think he was hoping to kick someone.

  11. Mr. Chopper says:

    He has his kit on underneath his clothes, like SUPER BLUES MAN. He’ll even have it on next season, underneath his Galatasaray one.

  12. J says:

    Maybe the difference between injured and a suspended player?

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