Friday, 19 May 2017

John Terry can have successful managerial career, says Antonio Conte

• Terry can learn from Chelsea managers he has played under, says Conte
• Italian manager says Chelsea will always be home for the ‘great man’

John Terry has been told by Antonio Conte he can always count Chelsea as his home as the defender prepares to bid an emotional farewell to Stamford Bridge. The Italian believes Terry is armed with the attributes to make a success of a career in management after stints under numerous experienced head coaches.

Terry’s appearance against Sunderland on Sunday will be his last at home for Chelsea, with his 22-year stint at the club to end when his contract expires next month. The defender will join Gary Cahill in lifting the Premier League trophy after the match, the 15th piece of major silverware he has claimed over his glittering career in south-west London, with the possibility of another in the FA Cup final next Saturday.

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