John Terry Showed Fans Around His House Development In Hi-Vis Jacket With Squad Number
John Terry used some of his Champions League final energy from 2012, as he took pictures of the redevelopment of his house in high-vis with his old shirt number on.
Terry is one of the best defenders in Premier League history and won pretty much everything there was to win at club level during his career at Chelsea.
Unfortunately for the legendary Blues' captain, his most memorable lifting of a trophy came in a moment that he's mocked for, from a match he didn't play in.
The 40-year-old famously lifted the Champions League trophy in 2012, after the Blues' penalty shoot-out win over Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena,in full kit, despite the fact he was suspended for the game.
Now Terry has shared pictures of him checking up on the work being done on his £4.3 million house whilst wearing a hi-vis jacket that he's had his old number 26 shirt number printed on.
Can we please take a moment to acknowledge that John Terry has had 26 added to the back of the hi-vis jacket he wears while checking out his building work pic.twitter.com/XSwqJBkrVN- Richard Innes (@bigrichinnes) February 19, 2021
The Aston Villa assistant manager moved into the house in Surrey in 2019 and has previously done work on the mansion.
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He shared other images on his social media, showing off the kind of work that is going to be done on the place.
One of the images suggested that Terry is having a swimming pool and tennis court installed at the house.
According to the Mirror, one neighbour stopped Terry from building an outdoor 'party space' at the house in July, by writing to Guildford Council. "The nature of swimming pool activity with a covered outdoor seating with a bar means there are likely to be noise nuisance issues preventing residents from having peaceful enjoyment of their properties," the letter read.
"The provision of a heating source also enables this space to be used year-round which would provide the neighbours with no respite from noise nuisance throughout the year.
"Additionally, the size of this structure leads to further concerns of development creep."
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