What a joke John Terry is.
Wayne Bridge has made an official statement saying that he doesn’t want to be chosen for the England team, in the wake of all the sordid allegations that John Terry cheated with his ex-girlfriend.
John Terry should be the one making a statement and stepping down.
Now to me, a lot of people are having a go at Wayne Bridge, saying he’s been crap anyway this season and players like Warnock and Baines are more worthy of a place in the squad.
But to me, that’s not the point.
Regardless of whether Bridge is off form or not, John Terry should have done the honourable thing and made himself unavailable. But to be honest, we all know John Terry doesn’t know what honourable actually means.
This is the guy that cheated on his team-mates girlfriend, despite the fact both relationships in question had children involved. Then, if that wasn’t enough, he desperately tried to cover it up by getting an injunction in court.
Then, once he was stripped of his England captaincy, he turned around and said he’ll try and win the captaincy back.
Is this guy even on the same planet?
But on a positive note, he can give you a guided tour of Chelsea’s training ground for just Â£10k.
The fact is John Terry is someone who does what he wants when he wants. He lives in this bubble where the light shines out of his arse and everyone around him is praising him 24/7. So it’s no surprise he did what he did – he thinks he’s untouchable.
And you know the saddest thing of all? It’s the fact that Bridge obviously felt that everyone was supporting Terry over the whole saga. Even everyone at Chelsea is supporting Terry – as if it was him who had been wronged! Football is truly a different world where the best players are treated differently to everyone else.
It’s like a popularity contest, and Terry still has support even though he doesn’t have a leg to stand on.
But the England squad is full of Terry’s mates, like the cheating Ashley Cole, bar brawling Steven Gerrard, drugs cheat Rio Ferdinand and toilet seat stealing Glen Johnson.
What a disgrace.
Pity Ireland didn’t make the World Cup – I’d support them instead.