Premier League footballer John Terry will play a final farewell game at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge stadium, despite being suspended for the clubs final two league matches of the current 2015/16 season.
The Chelsea skipper was thought to have played his final game for the outgoing champions after being sent off against Sunderland during a 3-2 defeat.
While the four-time Premier League winner may not play another competitive game for the club, Terry is determined to have a proper send-off and has hired the stadium for a match with his close friends, according to the Telegraph.
The game will take place the day after Chelsea’s final home game against newly-crowned champions Leicester City.
Hiring Stamford Bridge usually costs over R460, 000 for a game, but the club have allowed Terry to use the stadium for free.
[Source: BBC SPORT]
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