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The veteran defender will leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, and he’s certainly had an eventful time in west London. He is a player who has won well near everything there is to win at club level, and he’s done it all with the club he joined as a 14-year-old in 1995.

Following are 5 memories from John Terry’s Chelsea career

2011-12 European Champion

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John Terry with the Champions League Trophy

Terry was heroic in the first leg of Chelsea’s 2011-12 Champions League semi-final against Barcelona—a 1-0 win for the Blues.

But in the return match at Camp Nou, he got himself sent off in what would be a heroic 2-2 draw that put Chelsea into the final.

Suspended for the match, the Chelsea captain was nevertheless crowned European champion following his side’s successive win on penalties, and he was sure to take to the pitch to celebrate the triumph with his teammates.

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