แต่น้ำตาของ John Terry หลังจากที่ลูกบอลออกจากปลายเท้าไปชนเสาอย่างจัง ทำเอาผมแทบจะน้ำตาไหลไปด้วย
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สำหรับผม Champion League 2008 มีคนชนะคนเดียวคือ
In praise of ... John Terry
* The Guardian,
* Friday May 23 2008
When John Terry's standing foot slid beneath him and his spot-kick sailed agonisingly wide, his tears told their own story: had he scored, Chelsea would now be European champions. But the captain had been Chelsea's best player, his acrobatic header to divert Ryan Giggs's shot keeping his team in the game. In a period of huge change, he has been the beating heart of his club almost since his debut in a League Cup tie against Aston Villa 10 years ago. A one-club man in an era of big-money signings, his rugged defending and never-say-die leadership are qualities traditional in English football but which he has deployed in the cosmopolitan Premier League. Apparently indestructible, Terry has shrugged off a string of injuries, most recently a dislocated elbow sustained only 10 days before the final in Moscow. His team-mate Frank Lampard called him "Mr Chelsea". Since leading Chelsea to the Premier League title in 2005 and 2006, Terry has faced criticism of his lifestyle and his treatment of referees, and there have been suggestions that he was a declining force. Woundingly, he has in effect been invited to reapply for his job as England captain. But adversity seems to bring out the best in the man. Much had been made about the possibility of Roman Abramovich winning the European Cup in his native Russia. But as an inconsolable Terry collected his loser's medal, it was the captain's name that the Chelsea fans in the Luzhniki Stadium sang, his spirit that best represented how they felt about their club.