Monday, March 4, 2013

Chelsea skipper John Terry is being primed to take over as club’s Manager



Following his recent outburst over fans behavior, Chelsea’s infamous interim Manager Rafa Benitez ended the week on a high note as the Blues won 1-0 over West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge. Demba Ba's first-half goal offered some relief by putting Chelsea in 4th place in the Premier League. 

Benitez surprised fans over the weekend when he tap-danced through a steam of leading questions with a big smile and twinkle in his eye. 
Benitez still maintains however that his stay with Chelsea will only be till the end of his contract which is May.

Already, Blues are thinking of a possible replacement for the Spaniard, well not an immediate replacement. According to the Mirror UK, Chelsea FC are  keen on letting Captain, John Terry take his coaching qualification as they hope to have him as Club’s manager in the nearest future. The 32-year-old has been identified as a future manager – possibly as early as 2014 when his contract expires.
In the hope that Terry will transition from player to coach to manager, the club is encouraging their captain to start working towards his coaching badges this summer.