Terry: I couldn't care less about criticism over my Chelsea farewell

Lynette Rowe
June 14, 2017

Chelsea's extended victory parade reached a climax with the trophy presentation on May 21, 2017 after being crowned Premier League champions with two games to go.

"We've been back on it yesterday and today and the lads are working really well".

"This is a great opportunity to win and to do the double". It's highly unlikely that he will get a chance to play for big clubs in Europe at this point in his career but according to reports he does have offers to from a few mediocre teams in the Premier league.

I want to say thank you to all the people who voted for me.

Conte afterwards said: "It was very important to find the right solution to celebrate a great champion, a great legend for this club". The game will be very hard. So if you have a goalkeeper, number one, is he going to come off in the first minute? "I am sure he will pick his strongest side but it's a team game, everyone has been involved and I'll be professional whatever role I play".

"It's been a bit of a throwback in the last couple of seasons".

"It was an unbelievable send-off from the supporters to help me to celebrate 22 years at the club", he said.

The Chelsea players also formed a guard of honour as Gary Cahill replaced the 36-year old.

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It was 1-1 then. But, Willian equalized 5 minutes later with a powerful strike.

The punter, who wished to remain anonymous, said: "We thought maybe 10-1, 15-1 at most as there was a precedent set".

"We overcame a lot of hard steps, but now for this reason we must be proud to celebrate with our fans, with our family, to have this day together". Pedro scored the 3rd with a header in the 77th minute and Batshuayi completed the rout by adding 2 late goals.

The performances of Pedro, Batshuayi and Willian have given Conte a selection headache for Wembley.

"This season showed who came on from the bench was decisive for us".

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was as good as his word when making some seven changes for the final Premier League game against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.

Terry's emotional farewell at Stamford Bridge attracted plenty of criticism, particularly as Sunderland had been asked to kick the ball out of play so the ceremony could take place.

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