Even though Chelsea are currently sitting on the ledge between fourth and fifth place in the league, that hasn’t stopped Chelsea’s vocal leader from shrugging off the club’s recent bad stretch.
“Things haven’t been going too well of late at the club and to come here and concentrate on England is a step away from what’s happening at home,” Terry said.
“The manager has stressed he wants everyone focused on the game ahead. I want to put in a good performance personally and hopefully the squad can do the same.” (Telegraph)
Shrugging off the recent bad stretch is what a captain is supposed to do, but doesn’t it seem odd that Terry isn’t a bit more concerned about the future of the club? After all, another defeat and an Arsenal win would make it game-on for the tightest stretch of the season.
The club has announced the appointment of Guus Hiddink as caretaker manager for the rest of the season, so Chelsea does have that going for them at the moment.
Are Chelsea supporters nervous about what the rest of the season holds? Where do you expect Chelsea to finish in the league?