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John Terry's time with the England team may be at an end, but that hasn't stopped the former England skipper sending new boss Sam Allardyce his regards before today's World Cup qualifier with Slovakia.
Terry hasn't worn an England shirt since announcing his retirement from international football in 2012. However, despite the controversies which blighted the latter stages of the Chelsea captain's England career, there have been several calls for him to return to the national team and it was heavily rumoured that Sam Allardyce would look to coax Terry out of retirement.
Despite that not happening, Terry still sent well wishes to the new England manager via a post on his official Instagram page:
Terry also sent his congratulations to Wayne Rooney, who became England's most capped outfield player, today, making his 116th appearance for the Three Lions, surpassing David Beckham's record.
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