Former Chelsea captain John Terry 'aspires to be a manager one day' but is in no rush to dive into management
Wednesday, 17 October 2018 John Terry is keen to follow former England team-mates Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard into management but says he will need a few years to learn the ropes after accepting a coaching role at Aston Villa.
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During his tenure City made an audacious bid to partner Terry with captain Vincent Kompany, with Cook confirming Chelsea gave their Premier League rivals... MailOnline - SportsAlso reported by •Sutton Coldfield Observer