Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

John Terry says he could retire at the end of this season

John Terry says he could retire at the end of this season

"It's good to play against Watford again and they played a good game". But it has certainly served me well for the future when hopefully one day I become a manager.

John Terry also scored in a rare start but two defensive lapses from the 22-year Chelsea man almost allowed Watford to salvage a draw before Fabregas' late victor.

Terry has spent much of the season on the substitutes' bench as Italian coach Antonio Conte opted for a three-man defensive system that required more speed than the veteran has.

"I know I said I wanted to play regular football, but I have not ruled out Sunday being my last game and retiring".

Conte said his "door is open" for Holland to stay, but the former Italy boss understands the lure of the national team.

It capped a brilliant first season for Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge following his arrival at the club as Jose Mourinho's permanent successor last summer.

"Having played in Spain, watching a lot of football as I do, Germany, France and Italy, this is the best league in the world; maybe not the best players in the world, but it's the most competitive and most hard league to win, for sure".

"Other than that, no one's got even close to the amount of players you can stick that many in", Nevin added.

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"Genuinely I haven't made any decisions of yet and I'm evaluating all my options at the moment".

Chelsea wrapped up their sixth English title with a win at West Brom on Friday, and the home fans were in a celebratory mood as they welcomed the champions back to Stamford Bridge.

"It is going to be a really sad and emotional day for me", Terry added.

"I was delighted first and foremost to start the game and then to score and win".

Despite his desire to break the win record, however, Conte suggested that he will give Chelsea's fringe players another chance to impress against Sunderland as he prepares for an FA Cup final clash with Arsenal later this month.

"I made this decision to change a lot of players with the opportunity, above all, for our young players to start this game", Conte said. This is the right final for John.

Conte says the record of 30 wins is keeping his team focused and is looking forward to Terry raising the Premier League trophy aloft.

But according to Gary Neville, Jose Mourinho has enjoyed an even better Chelsea team than the one now being overseen by Conte.

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