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John Terry could be Sheffield United’s next coach

Sun 04 April 2021 | 13:26

Terry has been among the options to take over at Sheffield United.

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last month, and the club has been looking for a new coach to take over the job, and reports suggest that England and Chelsea’s former star is the most serious option for the club.

Mirror

has reported that the Sheffield United board will choose a big name to help them return to the Premier League as they are almost certain about relegation, considering their situation in the Premier League table.

They weren’t able to win a game until January and then managed only 14 points in 30 games, which leaves them in the relegation zone with no hope to survive.

Terry

has been helping Dean Smith at Aston Villa helping them in their path to promotion from Championship two seasons ago and has been an important part of their staff ever since.

Terry joined Aston Villa as a player for the last season of his career as a player after spending twenty years at Chelsea, where he played 700 games, winning five Premier League titles and one UCL. He has also played 78 games for England.

He showed his interest in being a football manager after his playing time, and now the club won’t try to stop him if he chooses to leave and explore his options elsewhere.


source: SportMob