Terry wants committed players in the Chelsea ranks

Chelsea skipper John Terry believes players who are unhappy with the Blues rotation policy are simply showing their desire to play which is preferable to players being happy sitting on the bench.
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Chelsea skipper John Terry believes players who are unhappy with the Blues rotation policy are simply showing their desire to play which is preferable to players being happy sitting on the bench.

"Unfortunately when people do not play, you get that people write 'this player is unhappy with the manager', which I don't think is the case - they are unhappy they are not playing," Terry told talkSPORT.

"For me, whether you are young or old, you want to play every single week, regardless of the competition. That desire is what I want to see.

"If there are some players in our squad who are unhappy that they are not playing, I would rather that than players prepared to tick along, collect their wages and not care if they are in the side or not.

"For me, it is a good thing to have, a passion and belief they should be playing."

Terry added: "People have been making a big thing of certain players not playing, but we have seen that the likes of Frank (Lampard) is still one of our best players and also in the world, not only with his goalscoring but with the balls he puts through.

"Even though players are getting older, they still have a big role to play in this football club."

 

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