Chelsea’s Terry: Nobody untouchable anymore

Chelsea captain John Terry says that no player at the club is ‘untouchable’ under Andre Villas-Boas.
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Chelsea captain John Terry says that no player at the club is ‘untouchable’ under Andre Villas-Boas.

The Blues skipper feels that the old tag given to key players at the club during Jose Mourinhos’ rein is no longer and that everybody is on the same page with the main goal being winning matches of football.

“This is what the press said when we won all the matches. When all is OK, why would you want to change?” he told France Football.

“There is an opinion saying that me, Lamps (Frank Lampard) and Drog (Didier Drogba) are untouchables and there for too much time. This is wrong.

"We are the players who, everyday, try to make links in amongst the team, and lead by example on the pitch.

“When we do a five versus five in training we do not want to lose 3-0 because if you let yourself down, you will let yourself down during the game.

"We only want to win. Saying that we are untouchables is not true. Nobody is untouchable.”

 
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