Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

John Terry says his 'end game' is to become a manager

John Terry says his 'end game' is to become a manager

He said: "If you shut shop at Stamford Bridge you're going to get picked off and lose by two or three anyway".

"Just really important to switch off after my career and reflect on things".

"Undecided, but enjoying my time to really concentrate on my badges. He wants to play with the ball, he wants to play with intensity, work on the details and give us all the information he can about the game".

Terry left Chelsea in 2017 after almost 20 years at the club, where he won five Premier League titles. "I think this season is too soon, but I hope not", he said.

While the Blues have managed to adopt Sarri's offensive tactics very well, with the club now having made the most passes of all Premier League sides with 2,995 and a passing accuracy of 89% (equal to Manchester City), the Italian feels that there is still room for improvement, particularly on the defensive phase of their game - something he had earlier mentioned needs a complete change of the mind.

Speaking in an interview with BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "Like Liverpool and Watford, Chelsea have got a 100 per cent record from their first four league games and I see that ideal start continuing here". It'll be interesting to see how we cope at a packed Stamford Bridge.

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"We need another step I think to be at the same level".

Chelsea FC are aiming to at the very least break back into the top four this season after the Blues ended up in fifth place last term under Antonio Conte.

Chelsea duo Cesar Azpilicueta and Eden Hazard are the main candidates to take on the captaincy role under Sarri.

Cesc Fabregas is fit again following a knee injury, but Sarri suggested it may be more beneficial for the playmaker to train this weekend, rather than be a substitute.

"We need to improve. Mentally after the (international) break it is hard", said the 59-year-old Italian.

"It's a hard game for everybody, against Cardiff", Sarri added. If he wants to play for another season I think it's right he tries to play.

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