Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has paid tribute to Aston Villa assistant coach John Terry.
Carragher has declared Terry as a better version of himself and claims the Chelsea legend’s career remains underrated to this day.
He told Sky Sports “John Terry was basically a better version of me.
“He was bigger, more powerful, better quality on the ball as well. He was one who when you trained with him went up a level in your eyes. You knew he was a great player.
“Technically, he’s a lot better than he’s given credit for. People always talk about John Terry being this man who put his head and his body in front of everything – and he would – and we talk about Rio Ferdinand being the player who was great on the ball. But we forget that Rio was a great defender and that John Terry was great on the ball.
“John Terry could pass the ball 60 or 70 yards with his left foot – the best ball-playing centre-back in the world would struggle to do that. So he was definitely one that you’d think was a top player, and you’d see that with England.”