Knott was part of the Bradford side who won at Stamford Bridge yesterday.
Former Chelsea youngster Billy Knott, now of League One side Bradford City, has thanked Blues skipper John Terry on Twitter for giving him a signed shirt following yesterday’s pulsating FA Cup tie at Stamford Bridge, despite the fact that Knott’s Bantams stunned their hosts by dumping them out of the competition.
— billy knott ?? (@billy_knott) January 25, 2015
Knott posed on Twitter with the shirt and his father, who he gave the item to following his side’s stunning 4-2 victory at Stamford Bridge, in which Knott played his part with some intelligent midfield touches.
Formerly of the youth academy at Chelsea, Knott moved on to Sunderland and had loan spells with Woking, AFC Wimbledon and Port Vale before settling down at Valley Parade after joining Bradford on a permanent deal in the summer.
He managed to collar Terry following the incredible game yesterday and picked up a fine present for his dad in the process, with Terry proving to be a good sport despite his side’s shameful result.