Blues veteran takes charge of kids game to earn badges.
Chelsea captain John Terry has admitted that he will be a ‘shirt and tie’ manager when the time comes after he took charge of the club’s under-15 side to help aid with getting his coaching badges, the Daily Mail reports.
Terry, who made his 648th Chelsea appearance in the 2-0 Premier League win against Newcastle last Saturday, took the youngsters for an indoor training session at the club’s Cobham training base.
The 34-year-old has been in outstanding form for the Premier League leaders this season, and is looking to earn another year long extension on his current deal.
But he also admitted that he will definitely no tracksuit manager when he finally earns his wings after posting a picture on Instagram showing him ‘putting in the hours’.
“Putting in the hours for my coaching badges this morning with the U15s,” he wrote.
“Still a long way to go but enjoying the process. I’m defo a shirt and tie manager.”
‘Still a long way to go but enjoying the process. I’m defo a shirt and tie manager’.