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John Terry’s recent social update will be of interest to Chelsea fans



Chelsea kept up the pressure on the top four with a hard-fought but less than convincing 2-1 win over local rivals, Fulham on Sunday afternoon. 

Goals from Gonzalo Higuain and Jorginho proved to be enough for the Blues as they made it back-to-back wins after their win over Spurs.

Callum Chambers scored to level the scores on the day for Fulham but Jorginho’s fine strike restored Chelsea’s goal advantage on the day.

Former Chelsea legend, John Terry will have been pleased with what he had seen, and he posted on his Instagram account watching his former side in action.

There have been questions raised as to how much longer Terry will stick with Aston Villa, especially if Chelsea were to come calling for his services.

Former Blues team-mate, Frank Lampard has already been linked to the managerial vacancy at the club, and the Stamford Bridge faithful are surely going to be contemplating the mouth-watering prospect of having two legends of the club in charge.

But for now, Terry will be remaining with Aston Villa as Dean Smith’s assistant coach and he’ll be hoping to see his Villa side make a late charge for the play-offs.

They will fancy their chances as well, with the Villans comfortably sweeping Derby County aside 4-0 at the weekend, so it’s impossible to rule out an in-form Villa side.

The Verdict: 

He’ll surely be tempted by a return to Chelsea if they c0me calling.

There’s no doubting that Terry still needs to build up his managerial experience, but if Chelsea did want him, then it would be a no-brainer for the former England defender.

It’s good to see that he’s still got an interest in his former club and Chelsea fans will be keeping an eye on his development as a coach at Aston Villa.

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