Poor John Terry. B@ll@ocks!!!

Tonymufc
Tonymufc Posts: 1,016
edited February 2010 in The bottom bracket
Whats all this. All of a sudden the media wants us to feel sorry for Mr Chelsea. Come off it. He bangs his team mates' missus, gets caught out, tries to shut the media up with an injunction, pays the french bird £800,000 to keep her mouth shut and thinks no more of it. Then the media goes to town on him for a week and now we're all supposed to feel sorry for the idiot. Turn it in!!
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  • Slow Downcp
    Slow Downcp Posts: 3,041
    I can't why he should lose the captaincy - instead we have a player who missed drug tests, and is currently serving a 4 game ban for violent conduct (subject to his latest appeal - personally I hope they extend the ban). Your username wouldn't be a link to your rose tinted spectacles would it?

    Sven wasn't sacked as manager when he shagged around.
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  • squired
    squired Posts: 1,153
    The captaincy in football means nothing anyway. It isn't like being the captain of a cricket team, where you actually make decisions on and off the field.

    I think Terry deserves everything he is getting. If the press is to believed there are at least another 4 women involved. I wouldn't be surprised if more come forward looking for their moment in the spotlight. Mind you are there actually any players in the England football team who are model citizens on and off the pitch?

    A fond John Terry memory I'll always have is that of a workmate who was in Embassy nightclub in Mayfair a few years back. It was the night before the League Cup final that Chelsea lost to Spurs. At 3am he saw Terry and Lampard walking into the VIP room, having just arrived. The reason it meant so much to me is because of the face of Terry after they lost - he looked so completely gutted. Maybe if the players had been in bed sleeping rather than out clubbing they might have performed better.
  • Clever Pun
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    he also paid for her to have an abortion as well... allegedly
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  • Tonymufc
    Tonymufc Posts: 1,016
    I can't why he should lose the captaincy - instead we have a player who missed drug tests, and is currently serving a 4 game ban for violent conduct (subject to his latest appeal - personally I hope they extend the ban). Your username wouldn't be a link to your rose tinted spectacles would it?

    Sven wasn't sacked as manager when he shagged around.

    For the record I think Terry is a quality player, one of the best in the world in that position. As for Rio. I would rather see Steven Gerrard as the England captain. The best central midfielder in the world. Hows that for rose tinted spectacles.
  • Having seen Bridges missus I don't blame Terry :oops:
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  • bagpusscp
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    It all depends were a chap has his brains located in his body :shock:
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  • Smokin Joe
    Smokin Joe Posts: 2,706
    Capello made the right decision in the interests of the team, which is all that mattered to him - correctly in the circumstances.

    The extra marital shagging on it's own is no concern of anyone but Terry and his wife. Prescott didn't resign as deputy PM after he was caught nobbing his secretary, there were no calls for Mick Jagger to stand down as Rolling Stones singer for his adultery and george Harrison never left the Beatles after boning Ringo's wife.

    There is a lot of hypocrisy here from people who resent footballers.
  • Smokin Joe wrote:
    Capello made the right decision in the interests of the team, which is all that mattered to him - correctly in the circumstances.

    The extra marital shagging on it's own is no concern of anyone but Terry and his wife. Prescott didn't resign as deputy PM after he was caught nobbing his secretary, there were no calls for Mick Jagger to stand down as Rolling Stones singer for his adultery and george Harrison never left the Beatles after boning Ringo's wife.

    There is a lot of hypocrisy here from people who resent footballers.

    Indeed, I would make JT look like an Angel if I was on his money :lol: .

    How much further will they disappear up their own ar$e$ if they win the World Cup?
  • pneumatic
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    the one thing Mr Terry will never be is poor.


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  • snakehips
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    pneumatic wrote:
    the one thing Mr Terry will never be is poor.

    His bank balance might take a hit soon if Mrs T decides to give him the bum's rush.

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  • pneumatic
    pneumatic Posts: 1,989
    snakehips wrote:
    pneumatic wrote:
    the one thing Mr Terry will never be is poor.

    His bank balance might take a hit soon if Mrs T decides to give him the bum's rush.

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    and a ghost-written autobiography serialised in the very same papers that have hung him out to dry will make up the damage.. These people never lose.


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  • beany123
    beany123 Posts: 133
    Having seen Bridges missus I don't blame Terry :oops:

    here here, lets face it partnered, married or whatever any red blooded male that recieves advances from a super hot underwear model would be in there in a shot
    fair play to the lad just a shame he got rumbled!!!
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  • tailwindhome
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    Tonymufc wrote:
    For the record I think Terry is a quality player, one of the best in the world in that position. As for Rio. I would rather see Steven Gerrard as the England captain. The best central midfielder in the world. Hows that for rose tinted spectacles.

    He seems like a decent upstanding young man

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  • Roscobob
    Roscobob Posts: 344
    Give it to Rooney.....oops he shagged a granny.

    C-Ashley Cole....no he shagged a hairdresser. And Jermaine Jenas.

    Becks!!!!!! Nope, he pumped his kids nanny.

    :lol:
  • Smokin Joe
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    :!: YAWN :!: Football. Pah.
    You seem to be under the mis-apprehension that you are required to read every thread... :roll:
  • Stuey01
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    If he'd just shagged any old bird then no-one would give a toss, but he shagged his team mate's missus. If the players can't trust their captain then he shouldn't be captain.

    I'd give it to Gerrard, he isn't perfect but he's the best fit imo.
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  • Lagavulin
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    Clever Pun wrote:
    he also paid for her to have an abortion as well... allegedly
    I didn't know that until I heard one of the jokes kicking about at work.

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  • Stuey01 wrote:
    If he'd just shagged any old bird then no-one would give a toss, but he shagged his team mate's missus. If the players can't trust their captain then he shouldn't be captain.

    I'd give it to Gerrard, he isn't perfect but he's the best fit imo.

    Wasn't it his ex misses, nowt to do with football so should still be captain.

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  • Slow Downcp
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    Roscobob wrote:
    C-Ashley Cole....no he shagged a hairdresser. And Jermaine Jenas.

    :lol:

    Ashley Cole shagged Jermaine Jenas??? :shock:
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  • Roscobob
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    Roscobob wrote:
    C-Ashley Cole....no he shagged a hairdresser. And Jermaine Jenas.

    :lol:

    Ashley Cole shagged Jermaine Jenas??? :shock:

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  • Stuey01 wrote:
    If he'd just shagged any old bird then no-one would give a toss, but he shagged his team mate's missus. If the players can't trust their captain then he shouldn't be captain.

    I'd give it to Gerrard, he isn't perfect but he's the best fit imo.

    Wasn't it his ex misses, nowt to do with football so should still be captain.

    Terry and Bridge alone in a room quick ruck, shake hands job done

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  • _Brun_
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    Stewie, is that you who's been writing to F365.com and kicking the poor Gooners when their down?

    It made me laugh.
  • DonDaddyD
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    Jon Terry, I don't understand why he lost his captaincy. He had some personal issues. What if it was more than sex between him and the other bird? Yes he is already married but he could have been unhappy in that marriage and sort comfort with someone else (who wasequally unhappy). It happens. Going one step further, what if that affair became love or something real?

    It's not the first time someone has had an affair. Not that I'm justifying the affair or cheating, I'm not, but their are sometimes reasons for this and sometimes they aren't malicious just unfortunate. None of that should hold any sway on his ability to play football or lead a team on the pitch, he is human. I don't judge footballers on the strength of their private lives, I judge them on their ability on the pitch, which is why Maradona, a drug addict, is arguably the best footballer I've seen on TV.

    There are however boundaries and levels of decency that shouldn't be overstepped. I haven't read up on the Terry-gate so he may have deserved being stripped of his captaincy.
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  • DonDaddyD wrote:
    It's not the first time John Terry has had an affair.

    Fixed that for you.

    Im sorry that there were racial issues in the video I used as an example, Im ashamed of myself for bringing such embarrassment to my Family and will step down immediately :oops: .
  • Pross
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    It's not the first time someone has had an affair. Not that I'm justifying the affair or cheating, I'm not, but their are sometimes reasons for this and sometimes they aren't malicious just unfortunate. None of that should hold any sway on his ability to play football or lead a team on the pitch, he is human. I don't judge footballers on the strength of their private lives, I judge them on their ability on the pitch, which is why Maradona, a drug addict, is arguably the best footballer I've seen on TV.

    Surely this is the crux of the matter though? I don't think anyone is deluded enough to expect modern day footballers to be paragons of virtue but there will be players in the team who are friends of Wayne Bridge and who may not be happy to be pllaying alongside Terry let alone accept his leadership. OK, Wayne Bridge is an inferior footballer and would probably be left out of the squad to avoid a confrontation but he must have people in the squad who have sympathy for him.
  • Aggieboy
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    DonDaddyD wrote:
    Jon Terry, I don't understand why he lost his captaincy. He had some personal issues. What if it was more than sex between him and the other bird? Yes he is already married but he could have been unhappy in that marriage and sort comfort with someone else (who wasequally unhappy). It happens. Going one step further, what if that affair became love or something real?

    It's not the first time someone has had an affair. Not that I'm justifying the affair or cheating, I'm not, but their are sometimes reasons for this and sometimes they aren't malicious just unfortunate. None of that should hold any sway on his ability to play football or lead a team on the pitch, he is human. I don't judge footballers on the strength of their private lives, I judge them on their ability on the pitch, which is why Maradona, a drug addict, is arguably the best footballer I've seen on TV.

    There are however boundaries and levels of decency that shouldn't be overstepped. I haven't read up on the Terry-gate so he may have deserved being stripped of his captaincy.

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  • DonDaddyD
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    Im sorry that there were racial issues in the video I used as an example, Im ashamed of myself for bringing such embarrassment to my Family and will step down immediately :oops: .

    :shock:

    I didn't take any offence. I posted my links in jest at your post that I took in jest.

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    Surely this is the crux of the matter though? I don't think anyone is deluded enough to expect modern day footballers to be paragons of virtue but there will be players in the team who are friends of Wayne Bridge and who may not be happy to be pllaying alongside Terry let alone accept his leadership. OK, Wayne Bridge is an inferior footballer and would probably be left out of the squad to avoid a confrontation but he must have people in the squad who have sympathy for him.

    There was a love triangle at a job I onced worked at (dirty skank women). The employees all had to work together despite this as they were expected to be professional.

    The players are expected to be professional, especially when on the pitch.
    Love is a wonderful thing. There must be blokes saving up for pay offs and making abortion appointments all over the country, in time for Feb 14th.

    We don't know the facts or circumstances of that claim. Did she confirm that is what he done.

    Personally I think the Rooney and the Granny and the Cashley Cole vomitting on one side of the bed, rolling over and shagging the hairdresser was far worse.

    Terry and this bird enetered a 4 month affair, there must have been something in it (pun).
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  • Stuey01 wrote:
    If he'd just shagged any old bird then no-one would give a toss, but he shagged his team mate's missus. If the players can't trust their captain then he shouldn't be captain..

    a) women are not birds and b) she wasn't that guy's missus, they had split up.
  • DonDaddyD
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    Stuey01 wrote:
    If he'd just shagged any old bird then no-one would give a toss, but he shagged his team mate's missus. If the players can't trust their captain then he shouldn't be captain..

    a) women are not birds and b) she wasn't that guy's missus, they had split up.

    So what did Terry do wrong, she was single, fair game surely?

    Oh yeah, he was/is married...
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