John Terry Says his Toughest Opponent Ever was Thierry Henry

John Terry Says his Toughest Opponent Ever was Thierry Henry

The England and Chelsea Center back would be Resting his boots from football by the end of his illustrious Career of which boast of 4 titles, The Premier League, The Champions League, The Uefa Cup, FA cup and the Carling Cup. as a Professional Footballer you couldn’t ask for more.


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In an interview courtesy of Yokohama Tires John was asked, who was his toughest opponent ever, he said the Retired French Man Theirry Henry.
“The toughest would be Thierry Henry,” the ex-England captain tells Goal in an exclusive interview on location in Shanghai with club sponsor, Yokohama Tires. “He was special.”

Terry, of course, has been a part of four title-winning teams during his time at Stamford Bridge, and also earned 78 caps for his country.

So, when it comes to picking his favorite central defensive partners, the 35-year-old is equally unequivocal.

“The best player [I played alongside] at Chelsea would be Ricardo Carvalho. For England, it would be Rio Ferdinand.”

Certainly, his tie-deciding header in Chelsea’s epic 4-2 win over Barcelona at Stamford Bridge in the last 16 of the 2004-05 Champions League is a particularly fond memory of many Blues fans.

“It was of the most important as it was against one of the best teams in the world at the time and I think that put us on the map as one of the best teams in Europe,” Terry recalls. “We made a big statement and it was an amazing night. There were big celebrations from the supporters afterwards.”

This exclusive interview was made possible by Yokohama Tires



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