Chelsea's Terry rules out MLS move

Chelsea captain John Terry admits he's unlikely to follow David Beckham to the USA's MLS.

"I wouldn't want to come out here like Becks, even though it would be a great life," he told the News of the World.

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"To me it's a great place to come for two weeks but I'm not sure about full-time. It's a long, long way from your family and friends and I think it would take its toll, especially after a few years.

"Sure it is a great way of life - all the beaches, the shops, the weather.

"And maybe in a few years the football standard will have improved, especially with Becks coming here now.

"So maybe, when I'm his age, it might be a lot better. But I'm not one for the celebrity lifestyle. I don't tend to mix with pop stars and the like.

"At the big Chelsea party here in LA the other night, I preferred to spend the night with the lads and check out each other's dance moves, rather than mix with all the stars there.

"That's why I don't think I'll do a Becks or even a Vinnie Jones and play those hardman roles in the movies.

"It's more likely you'll find me in a tracksuit as a manager back in England.

"I'm only 26 so it seems a million miles away.

"But I'm pretty sure I'll stay in England in the wind and rain and a long, long way from the sunshine and lavish lifestyle in LA."

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