Are you sure, John? Chelsea legend Terry posts an ‘on this day’ throwback to his last Blues match with Premier League trophy photos… but fans are left puzzled as his final appearance was actually in May!
- Chelsea legend John Terry appears to have got dates mixed up on social media
- The former defender uploaded multiple photos of his final match for the Blues
- The caption read: ‘On This Day 2018 I played my last game for @chelseafc’
- But his final appearances for Blues was on May 21, 2017, which fans pointed out
Chelsea legend John Terry appears to have got his dates mixed up in an Instagram ‘on this day’ throwback post – leaving fans puzzled.
The former defender uploaded multiple photos of his final match for the Blues alongside the caption: ‘On This Day 2018 I played my last game for @chelseafc,’ on Thursday morning.
But fans were quick to point out that their Captain, Leader, Legend, got confused as to when his last appearance for Chelsea actually was.
John Terry appears to have got his dates mixed up as to when his final Chelsea game was
He posted an Instagram ‘on this day’ throwback post – leaving fans confused on Thursday
One wrote: ‘Isn’t this last match of 2017 in April [sic],’ while another asked: ‘ya last game was 21st of May wasn’t it JT? [sic]’
More comments to his post, which included photos of himself with the Premier League trophy, read: ‘Don’t think is accurate JT [sic], ‘you mean May 2017?’ With several asking: ‘Wasn’t it May 2017?’
Terry did, in fact, bid farewell to Chelsea on May 21, 2017 after an illustrious 22-year career at the Blues.
Fans were quick to point out that Terry actually played his last Blues game in May 2017
The Premier League champion finished the season with a 5-1 victory over Sunderland at Stamford Bridge.
The ex-centre-back was substituted in the 26th minute and given a guard of honour by his team-mates. He thanked the supporters, his team-mates, manager Antonio Conte and owner Roman Abramovich in an emotional on-pitch address after the match.
It seems the 40-year-old has got muddled with the date he retired from football, which was October 7, 2018.
After bringing the curtain down on a stellar Blues career, Terry joined Aston Villa for the 2017-18 season and hung up his boots just months after the end of that campaign.