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John Terry makes Jose Mourinho claim by admitting he’s ‘scared’ of the former Chelsea manager

John Terry played under Jose Mourinho during the Portuguese’s two spells in charge of Chelsea, winning three Premier League titles, three League Cups and the FA Cup together.

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John Terry stated that Jose Mourinho was the best manager he ever played in during his 20-year career at ChelseaNottingham Forest, Aston Villa and England.

Terry became one of the best defenders in Premier League during his time at Stamford Bridge, leading the Blues to the following 5 Premier League titles was appointed captain by Mourinho in 2004.

Together, they helped Chelsea enter the most successful period in the club’s history, lifting three league titles, three League Cups and a FA Cup of the two feats of the Portuguese icon as a manager.

Mourinho is one of 14 club managers Terry has played under, with the defender also being part of three England squads on the international stage.

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John Terry has called Jose Mourinho the best coach he has played under

The list of Terry’s former owners includes football legends such as Fabio Capello, Guus Hiddink, Antonio Conte, Luis Felipe Scolari and Claudio Ranieri.

But he has now revealed that he continues to believe the third person to manage him at Chelsea is the best boss.

The former England captain also admitted that Mourinho continues to scare him even now, despite the Portuguese last managing him in 2015.

“Jose [Mourinho]. He was the best I’ve played under, I’m still scared of him now,” Terry wrote in a Instagram Q&A when asked who is his favorite manager.

“Loved Carlo Ancelotti too.”

The fact that Mourinho appreciates Terry so much should come as no surprise to many, given their close relationship.

And it’s not uncommon for Terry to admit that he still feels intimidated by the Portuguese, with the former defender having previously offered an insight into his training sessions at Chelsea.

“He was the first to come and revolutionize it at Chelsea,” Terry told Sky Sports’ Saturday Night Football in 2017.






The duo had two very successful spells together at Chelsea

“He will be the first in, 8 am, he will be the one to put his hat out, and you will come in as the player and he will be out there, if it rains, organize his training session.

“He brought the three boys in like dribble boys, every time the ball dropped we had the ball back right away, and if it was a bad pass or a bad roll from one of the his employees, he will stop the practice session. and got completely mad at one of his employees.

“And at some point it was quite embarrassing for them, but his standards are very high, and he demands from everyone.

“The players, the staff, the people inside the medical team, everyone in the football club. He was above everything. His intensity and attention to detail is astounding.”







Terry also admits that Mourinho is still scared of him
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Terry last played under Mourinho in the 2015/16 season, when the Portuguese was sacked as Chelsea manager following a defeat at Chelsea. Leicester in December of that campaign.

The Blues legend has since entered management on his own, working as assistant coach under Dean Smith at Aston Villa, while Mourinho is currently in charge of Serie A giants Roma.

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