John Terry's trophy cabinet is hugely impressive
John Terry has posted an Instagram image that confirms his era as Chelsea skipper will forever be etched into the club’s folklore.
Terry has won four Premier League titles, been part of a Chelsea squad that lifted the Champions League in 2012 and the Europa League a year later and also collected an impressive total of eight English cup triumphs in his enduring career at Stamford Bridge.
When you throw his nine-year England career into the mix and the 78 appearances he made for his country before his international career ended following an acrimonious fall-out with the Football Association, it adds up to quite a roll call of honours.
So it will come as little surprise that the trophy cabinet in Terry’s house is grand in its splendor, with shirts from his own career mixed with memorabilia he has picked up from his rivals down the years.
A Manchester United shirt from Cristiano Ronaldo is among his collection, as well as one of Lionel Messi’s Barcelona shirts and a Liverpool No.8 shirt that was worn by Steven Gerrard.
Replica Premier League and FA Cup trophies make up a trophy room that also includes his PFA Player of the Year award trophy from 2005 and a sparkling array of England caps.
Terry has had his critics down the years for his antics on and off the field, but this image serves as a reminder that he is destined to go down as a legend of Premier League era.
Terry looks set to leave Chelsea this summer after revealing the club will not offer him a new contract when his current deal expires, although Stamford Bridge chiefs insist the door remains open for the 35-year-old to continue his Blues career for another season.
Of course, there are some who will never warm to Terry's talents, with our own Roy Curtis offering up this savage view of the Blues skipper HERE.