‘Absolutely LOVED it today’: John Terry heaps praise on Chelsea supporters after they serenaded him as the former Blues captain joined fans in the Anfield away end during their draw against Liverpool
- Terry struggled for space before he joined in with the songs from the away fans
- He shared the snaps from Anfield on his Instagram account on Saturday night
- The 42-year-old has made his support for his former side apparent since retiring
Former Chelsea captain John Terry has been caught on film celebrating with Chelsea in the away end at Anfield during the Blues’ draw with Liverpool on Saturday.
The ex defender is a well-renowned Chelsea fan and supports the club after his retirement from playing and has been spotted with fans before, but he was mobbed by supporters in Merseyside as he watched his former side.
Fans sang: ‘John Terry has won the double’ as the 42-year-old struggled to resist joining in, before he began jumping with the supporters in jubilation.
John Terry was snapped enjoying himself with Chelsea fans in the away end against Liverpool
Terry was at the game as a fan and joined in songs with the away supporters at Anfield
Terry, who made 721 appearances for Chelsea, posed for photos as he struggled for space surrounded by the supporters before the songs broke out.
He posted photos including a selfie in the away end on his Instagram and he shared a pint with supporters in a ground he appeared at many times as a player.
Terry coached at Aston Villa after his retirement but has since left the club and is yet to take up another role.
He post on Instagram was captioned: ‘I loved being in the away end with our supporters today. As a player you arrive on the bus and head straight to the dressing room, you don’t get to see or feel what the fans feel.
‘When I retired I always wanted to be in the away end with our supporters and I absolutely loved it today.
‘A huge thank you to our supporters who travel the world supporting our great club. I f****** love you all.’
The former Blues captain shared a pint with supporters, posting the snaps on Instagram
Terry made 721 appearances for Chelsea, spending almost his whole career at the club
Unfortunately for him he was unable to spur his former team onto victory, with the game ending 0-0 despite several chances for the Blues.
Carney Chukwuemeka and Kai Havertz were among those that came close for Chelsea, with Havertz seeing an early goal ruled out for offide.
Mykhailo Mudryk came off the bench to make his debut and impressed in attack, leaving Graham Potter a selection headache going forward.
He went onto coach Aston Villa after retirement but has since left the club and is yet to take up another role
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