Chelsea: John Terry Subbed Off After 26 Minutes Of Final Appearance, Given Mid-Match Guard Of Honour (Photo & Video)


Many a tear was shed at Stamford Bridge this afternoon as Chelsea said their farewells to a club legend, one John Terry.

The Blues’ captain started against Sunderland, making his 717th and final appearance for his beloved club.

The run-out lasted just 26 minutes (his squad number), whereupon the substitute’s board was raised and Terry exited the pitch to a standing ovation, hugging his teammates as they gave him a mid-match guard of honour…

According to BBC Final Score, the guard of honour was actually Terry’s own idea.

Surely warrants a yellow card for time-wasting, no?

This too…

A little embarrassing for all involved.

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  1. Paul says:

    I’m not a Chelsea fan, and as a neutral I don’t particularly like them. However I think this was well deserved for all he has achieved at the club.

    • Geraldo says:

      @Paul – indeed. Especially all his achievements in improving race relations both on and off the field.

    • Geraldo says:

      I’m on a work computer, therefore I am unable to express my feelings on this cretinous despicable individual for fear of disciplinary action.

  2. Josh says:

    Well… it’s all very John Terry. A great footballer but a shit human being, no?
    Anyway, he will always be remembered for that penalty in Moscow or Kiev or whatever.

  3. Murray says:

    The day a ref brandishes a yellow card to a departing club legend walking off the pitch in front of his home supporters for time wasting is the day a ref brandishes a yellow card to a player honoring the memory of a recently dead son for removing his shirt.

  4. Will Hung says:

    If this was someone like Buffon, Pirlo, Totti etc Pies would be hailing it as a fantastic mark of respect rather than “embarrassing”

  5. Bobihno says:

    Made me cringe to be honest

  6. Straight Dave says:

    Well, this was certainly the most John Terry way John Terry could’ve signed off at Chelsea. An odious human being aswell as a complete narcissist to boot.

  7. maria says:

    Straight Dave – indeed.

    It seems you could get odds on Terry being subbed on 26 minutes and a couple of people did place bets. This isn’t so much different from that rotund ‘keeper who scoffed a pie and had to resign.

    Odds are given on event (pie eating, 26th minute subbing).
    Player contrives event.
    People win bet.

  8. Bruno says:

    This guy is one of the very few people in world football that I completely dislike. Dirty in every aspect. I wouldn’t want him in my team, regardless of how good he was (10 years ago).

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