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21/05/2017 - 22:14 BST

You’re Best Fans In The World – John Terry Hails Chelsea Faithful

 




Chelsea skipper John Terry has thanked Blues dans for their amazing support over the course of his stay at Stamford Bridge.

The 36-year-old finally put an end to his almost two decade-long stay at Stamford Bridge and was given a hero's send off when he was brought off against Sunderland.




The former England defender left the field in tears as he was given a guard of honour by his team-mates when he left the pitch in the 26th minute in a pre-planned substitution, matching his shirt number.

Thanking everyone associated with the team as well as the home supporters, the defender said that it has been an amazing journey and to have gained so much support is something that every player wpuld love to have.

 


"Today is one of the most difficult days of my life", the skipper said as he addressed the fans.   

"I've been very fortunate to work with some unbelievable players and managers throughout my career.

"I'm thankful to every single one of them.


"We all have to thank Roman Abramovich.

"I'd like to thank him and all the board.

"He's the best owner in world football.

"I'd like to thank my wife and my kids for supporting me in this amazing journey I've had.

"You are the best supporters in the world, without a shadow of a doubt.

"You've given me everything.

"You picked me up when I was down, sung my name when I had a bad game and disappointed you.

"I'll come back here one day, supporting the team for years to come."


Terry has managed an overall 717 matches for the Pensioners between 1998 and 2017 and has an overall 67 goals to his name.