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John Terry | Defensemen

Team: Chelsea
Age / DOB:  (34) / 12/7/1980
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 198

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John Terry has emerged as an early doubt for Sundays’ derby clash against Tottenham Hotspur after the Chelsea skipper was stretchered off in Tel Aviv.
Chelsea travelled to Israel to face Maccabi in week five of the Champions League and pre-match concerns regarding the state of the pitch were proved to be well founded as Terry landed awkwardly injuring himself. "The surface was bad and dangerous," Mourinho said. "John has an ankle problem that we don't know yet the dimension of." Terry was the second player within the space of 24-hrs to succumb to the turf after Ramires pulled up with a muscular problem while attempting a sliding tackle on the pitch in training on Monday. Gary Cahill is likely to earn a recall having lost his place in recent weeks and the England international delivered a gentle reminder of his quality both in defence and attack by scoring during tonights' 4-nil victory. Nov 24 - 6:44 PM
Source: talkSPORT

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John Terry is questionable to start in week five due to rotation, not injury.

Terry is returning from a one week suspension for getting sent off against West Brom in week three but we are unsure if he will get a start ahead of Kurt Zouma or Gary Cahill. Any combination of these three players could start on Saturday so we don't recommend using any of them in fantasy until you get lineup confirmation in the morning.
Sep 11 - 1:36 PM

John Terry will miss Chelsea's week four match due to being suspended.

Terry was sent off in the Blues' win in week three when he brought down Salomon Rondon in the 54th minute. He was sent off for denying a goal-scoring opportunity, which brings a one match ban. In his absence, the most likely starting duo for the Blues will be Gary Cahill and Kurt Zouma, who seems to be securing a starting spot in Jose Mourinho's rotation.
Source: Sky Sports
Aug 27 - 1:18 PM

John Terry cut a forlorn figure as he walked to take his place in the Chelsea dug-out for the second half of Sundays’ game at the Etihad Stadium.

Chelsea endured a torrid first 45-minutes and were lucky to go in at the break just one goal behind. Asmir Begovic was superb in denying Sergio Aguero on several occasions before the Argentine broke the deadlock after half an hour. Alarm bells were ringing just 60-seconds in as Terry, Ivanovic and Cahill et al struggled to get to grips with the pace and power of Kun. Chelsea were poor and it came as no surprise to see Mourinho change things at half-time but the withdrawal of Terry was a shock. The skipper played every PL minute of the 2014/15 season and had never been substituted in his previous 177 games under Mourinho. Speculation suggested Terry was replaced as a precaution due to a minor muscle problem but the Blues boss confirmed post-match "No [he wasn't injured], it was just a decision. I left him out because tactically I have to make a change."
Source: Daily Mail
Aug 17 - 10:47 AM

John Terry was subbed out in Chelsea's 3-0 loss to Manchester City in favor of Kurt Zouma.

The Blues' captain wasn't the worst defender on the pitch during the first half but Jose Mourinho decided that he'll be the one to be sacrificed in order to bring in Zouma. The explanation he gave was that Chelsea wanted to play a high line and he needs to have his fastest defenders on the pitch in order to do that. With Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill both playing poorly in the match, there's a big question mark on who starts for Chelsea in week three, and the only player we feel is almost guaranteed to start is Cesar Azpilicueta.
Source: Sky Sports
Aug 17 - 10:37 AM

Petr Cech played his last match for Chelsea as the Blues lifted the title in the last match of the season.

Cech is heavily rumored to be leaving the Blues this summer in search of playing time and this will likely end up being his last match in a Chelsea jersey. If he ends up at another Premier League team, Cech will be a fantastic Premier League option next season as he has shown this year that he is still in top form. At Chelsea, it will be Thibaut Courtois who is the future between the posts and he will be the top fantasy goalkeeper choice for years to come.
Source: Sky Sports
May 24 - 12:31 PM

John Terry is unsure about becoming a manager after his playing days are over.

John Terry is on record that he wants to become a manager once he is done playing but a recent interview has seen him skeptical about the decision. All we know is that Terry is still a top defender and he will be a top fantasy pick next season as long as Chelsea don't make any huge moves this summer. Terry is expected to play this weekend and should be used with confidence as Chelsea have a comfortable home match to end the season.
Source: Sky Sports
May 23 - 2:17 PM

The older Chelsea players are under risk of getting rested due to the Blues having already won the title.

Chelsea are mathematically champions and Jose Mourinho could decide to rest some veterans in favor of some younger players. A few places where Mourinho could make changes are in central defense, where Kurt Zouma can get some valuable experience, and at winger, where Chelsea will want to see what Juan Cuadrado can do. Ruben Loftus-Cheek could also make an appearance in midfield, which worries us about a number of Chelsea midfielders for fantasy purposes. We would avoid Chelsea as much as possible until the end of the season.
May 7 - 3:46 PM

John Terry has inked a new one-year extension with Chelsea.

The Blues defender has had a phenomenal season and has looked terrific next to both Gary Cahill and Kurt Zouma. He is not as fast or as athletic as he was in his prime, but Terry is smarter than ever and uses his experience to his advantage to make up for lost speed. He hasn't slowed down one bit and there are no signs of him dropping off next-season. He is a great fantasy option in draft-leagues as he provides great weekly clean sheet chances and scores the eventual goal to provide upside.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 27 - 10:17 AM

Chelsea won the Capital One Cup today with a 2-0 win over Tottenham.

Chelsea started the match with a surprising lineup, placing Kurt Zouma in defensive midfield to replace the suspended Nemanja Matic. The move placed them in a slight disadvantage as they seemed to struggle early on, but Tottenham couldn't capitalize despite hitting the crossbar. The Blues gained the advantage late in the first half after John Terry finished a deflected ball in the box. A Kyle Walker own goal doubled the advantage in the second half and Chelsea cruised to their first title of the year. Chelsea players are great investments at the moment as they'll have a double gameweek in the near future.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 1 - 2:55 PM

John Terry wants a new 12-month deal with Chelsea.

The Chelsea defender has been spectacular for the Blues this season despite having some recent instability in the back-line. He has been great with both Gary Cahiill and Kurt Zouma next to him despite him turning 34 this past December. Terry plays a position that doesn't generally require a ton of speed and athleticism so it's very possible that he can keep this up next season. Don't be surprised if Chelsea bring him back, and if they do, he'll continue being a solid fantasy defender.
Source: BBC
Feb 19 - 6:18 PM

Chelsea legend and captain John Terry scored the opening and eventual game-winning goal for the second straight match as the Blues continue to pace the league at the top of the table with a tidy 2-0 win over West Ham United.

Chelsea were in complete control in this one but they did not get their first payoff until a half hour in, when a Cesc Fabregas corner was headed by Diego Costa to the foot of Terry who tapped it in. Costa would have yet another big day himself, scoring the second goal in the second half. West Ham turned the ball over, Eden Hazard threaded a pass to Costa, and the Spaniard shook off three defenders to fire a patented missile past the Hammer keeper. Hazard was a doubt to make this match and went to ground just two minutes in, but he shook off the knock and played the full 90 minutes.
Source: NBC Sports
Fri, Dec 26, 2014 09:52:00 AM

Chelsea will play early on Saturday against Newcastle after only having two days of rest, leaving the question of players being rested.

The Blues played Wednesday night against Tottenham and now have to face Newcastle in the earliest match on Saturday. With only two days of rest, be weary of players getting rested. Primed candidates for rest are John Terry due to age and and Eden Hazard due to extensive playing time. Oscar, Willian and Azpilicueta could also be in jeopardy. We would avoid these Chelsea players this weekend and instead focus on Gary Cahill and Diego Costa who are rested.
Source: Chelsea FC
Thu, Dec 4, 2014 10:06:00 PM

John Terry scored an own goal to open up the scoring at Stamford Bridge today but it was irrelevant as the Blues topped Swansea City 4-2.

Swansea looked very impressive in the beginning, pushing Chelsea back and forcing the own goal. They also missed a few other chances that could have increased their lead. The missed chances ended up hurting them, as Diego Costa went on a scoring spree and finished them off in the second half. There is still some concern about Chelsea's defense, but their incredible scoring record this season has pushed them to first place, three points clear of second place Swansea.
Source: Sky Sports
Sat, Sep 13, 2014 01:21:00 PM

Chelsea captain John Terry is our top defensive pick for Week 2 of the Yahoo Fantasy Premier League game.

He wasn't on the score-sheet at Burnley - that was left to Branislav Ivanovic - but Terry is our preference from the Chelsea defence for the Leicester match. Picking him up won't come cheap, but it could prove a worthwhile acquisition when you consider the high probability of a clean sheet against Leicester, and the chance of a goal from a set piece.
Fri, Aug 22, 2014 04:40:00 AM