John Terry's own account of Chelsea's 2004/05 season, culminating in the championship trophy the Stamford Bridge fans have been craving for more than half a century. It is a remarkable story and a tribute to the Chelsea captain's influence on and off the field.
John Terry's own account of Chelsea's 2004/05 season, culminating in the championship trophy the Stamford Bridge fans have been craving for more than half a century. It is a remarkable story and a tribute to the Chelsea captain's influence on and off the field. With endless column inches devoted to the latest sensational stories coming out of Stamford Bridge, it seems the 2004/05 football season has been dominated by the colour blue from the day that Jose Mourinho set foot on the hallowed turf of London's most fashionable football club. In his role as the heartbeat of Chelsea Football Club, their leader on the pitch and arguably their most important player in a generation, 24-year-old John Terry re-lives the excitement and the passion of a record-breaking season that saw the arrival of a new manager and a startling turnaround of the club's fortunes after the heartbreak of the Claudio Ranieri years. From the start of Chelsea's campaign and the emergence of the likes of Didier Drogba and Arjen Robben, through the unforgettable Champions League tie with Barcelona and UEFA's fracas with Mourinho, to the epic climax of the season!it's all here, as told through the eyes of Chelsea's captain and motivator extraordinaire. Terry is the driving force behind a club that threatens to dominate the English game for years to come. This celebration of a remarkable year in the life of Chelsea FC will be a must-read for all Blues fans as well as general football followers seeking an insight into one of the most talked-about clubs in any sport.
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'When Jose Mourinho made him captain of Chelsea, he told Terry to be vocal and to be a winner, and thus far the boy from the same Barking estate that produced Bobby Moore and Tony Adams has been just that.' Daily Telegraph 'He's the perfect player' Jose Mourinho
About John Terry
John Terry was born in Barking in 1980. He won Chelsea's Young Player of the Year award in 1998/99 and became captain of the England Under-21 side two seasons later. He made his debut for the senior England team against Croatia in 2003. He was voted 2005 PFA Player of the Year and has recently signed a new contract with Chelsea to run until summer of 2009. Oliver Holt, co-writer on this book, is Chief Sports Writer at the Daily Mirror.
My Winning Season by John Terry
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