Former England and Chelsea captain John Terry will be returning to Chelsea not as a player, but as a Mentor and coach with the Blue’s Youth Team.
The 41 year old, who made over 700 appearances in all competitions across a 19- time period at the club, will work with the youthful players as well as guiding staff in the youth development programme for Chelsea.
His work entails, delivering on field coaching, the former club captain will contribute to guiding conversations with associates, tutor Academy players and support parent dialogue.
After three full years as Aston Villa assistance trainer and coach, Chelsea legend John Terry is ready to take the coming way in his post-playing career, for which he’s set the ultimate ambition of becoming a football director.
According to chelsea directive, the super Legend, will begin hinis coaching career as a part-time capacity at the launch of January giving him room for pursuing his professional courses on coaching.
John Terry, who has won 15 major honours in his career with chelsea, took to social media to advertise the news.
I’m delighted to announce that I’m coming home, and have taken up a consultancy role @ChelseaFC academy. As well as delivering on field coaching sessions I will be involved in coaching discussions and mentoring our academy players.💙⚽️ pic.twitter.com/dLW8gnXlxp
— John Terry (@JohnTerry26) December 29, 2021
During his time with the London side, Terry made 717 professional appearances for the club, with further than 500 as platoon captain.
Terry won 17 glories with Chelsea, including five Premier League titles and the UEFA Titleholders League.
Terry left his part in July 2021, citing his desire to get into operation, still, he stated he will “ ever be obliged” to the new Norwich City director.
Head of youth development Neil Bath said of the appointment “ We’re pleased to be drinking John back to Cobham in a part that will involve coaching and mentoring the coming generation of youthful players in our Academy.
“It goes without saying that John’s experience in the game, both as a world- class player and more lately as an assistant coach in the Premier League with Aston Villa, will be inestimable for everyone in the structure.
“He will be a great tutor for our players and a fantastic asset to our guiding staff. We ca n’t stay for him to get started.”
The former England captain revealed this on Wednesday via his verified Twitter handle, stating that he was returning to the Blues in a consultancy part with the club’s academy.