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John Terry picks his surprising but unbeatable five-a-side team

23 April 2017

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has heaped praise on veteran defender John Terry, who he insists has assisted him off the pitch, while putting the reason behind the Blues legend leaving in the summer down to his desire to play regularly.

Conte though revealed that the need to play regularly forced Terry's decision to leave the club and as a manager he respects 36-year-old's decision, in spite of the apparent loss that the team will suffer when the defender goes.

The trio were the longest serving players in the club, when Conte was appointed as coach in the summer, and while Mikel and Ivanovic have since moved to China and Russian Federation respectively, Terry will leave the club in the summer after 22 years.

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But the betting is no doubt partly a outcome of the links between Terry and Parkhead manager Brendan Rodgers, who worked with the former England captain during his time at Stamford Bridge as reserve team manager.

'It came as a surprise, ' Fabregas told talkSPORT.

Mikel joined Chelsea in the year 2006, and won three Premier League titles, four FA Cups, two League Cups, the Europa League and the Champions League during his time with the Blues. They achieved a lot of great results for this club.

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"Now we must find, together, the newest players to replace these great players and compose the history with this great team and that I trust everyone understands this".

"We will miss him and hopefully we can lift two trophies at the end of the season for him".

Chelsea are now four points clear of Spurs in the Premier League with six games to play, and the two play each other in an FA Cup semi final tomorrow at Wembley.

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John Terry picks his surprising but unbeatable five-a-side team