John Terry had the chance to win the 2008 Champions League final - but he slipped and his penalty hit the post Credit: ... Ex-Man Utd ace Chadwick says … Chelsea vs Man United 0-2 Post Match Analysis; Paul Scholes, Owen Hargreaves & John Terry REACTION. Manchester United target Jack Grealish has the same 'god-given talent' as Eden Hazard, according to Chelsea icon John Terry. 01:34 Terry: We always felt we would beat Man Utd at home 17/2/2020 CC AD 03:16 Aguero leads attack in Shearer's Team of the Decade 11/1/2020 CC AD More Videos : Latest Player Videos The … John Terry compares Man Utd target Jack Grealish to Eden Hazard and Joe Cole Metro.co.uk 17:16 22-Apr-20 John Terry makes Mbwana Samatta demand - and … Today. Chelsea, already without skipper John Terry, also lost Didier Drogba to injury, leaving new signing Malouda, Joe Cole and Wright-Phillips to form an unfamiliar frontline. John Terry compares Man Utd target Jack Grealish to Eden Hazard and Joe Cole ‘A God-given talent that not many people are blessed with.’ ... Man Utd’s decision to no longer appoint director of football explained. Former Chelsea captain John Terry believes his old side will still finish inside the top four despite Monday’s defeat to Manchester United. Michael Keane calls isolated Evertonian during coronavirus pandemic. John Terry worked under Jose Mourinho for almost six years at Chelsea which in that time they won three Premier League titles. Manchester United in talks to hijack Liverpool’s transfer move for Timo Werner. John Terry agreed with an impassioned defence of Jose Mourinho and critique of his Manchester United players, written by Paul McGrath on Instagram..
7:33. Man Utd transfer target Jack Grealish likened to Eden Hazard by John Terry Manchester United transfer plans include Aston Villa midfield maestro Jack Grealish. The talented playmaker has been a standout performer for Dean Smith's side but looks destined to leave the Midlands John Terry believes Chelsea have lost significant momentum in the race to secure Champions League qualification following last night's defeat against Manchester United. At least the sun was shining for a packed Wembley crowd, who had to wait 21 minutes for the first threat on goal when Giggs' effort was deflected over by Ashley Cole. Goals in either half from Anthony Martial and Harry Maguire secured the Reds a 2-0 win over Frank Lampard’s side at Stamford Bridge on Monday night.