Terry already has one book on the shelves already, and this second book is part of a big money deal with Harper Collins.
JT might be the Chelsea and England captain, but nobody wants to go over World Cup 2006 again do they? Weâ€™re assuming the whole England experience was as boring to live as it was to watch on TV.
If Terry holds off for a while, itâ€™ll be the smartest off-field move by a footballer in a long while. They should all wait until retirement before dipping their quill in the highly paid ink-well, for several good reasons.
1) A mid-career autobiography is only half a story
2) Once you retire you donâ€™t have to worry about who you upset and how it
affects your career (see: Ashley Cole’s Arsenal moanings)
3) If youâ€™re famous enough to get paid for an autobiography, then you donâ€™t
need the money
4) It gives you something to do post-retirement
5) The more time you spend writing that book, the less chance of you making
a fool of yourself on Match Of The Day (see: Peter Schmeichel)