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John Terry’s Chelsea career in pictures ahead of Stamford Bridge return

The ex-defender is now Aston Villa’s assistant manager following a glittering career with the Blues.

Frank Lampard’s Chelsea take on John Terry’s Aston Villa on Wednesday night (Martin Rickett/PA)
Frank Lampard’s Chelsea take on John Terry’s Aston Villa on Wednesday night (Martin Rickett/PA)

By PA Sport Staff

Former Chelsea captain John Terry returns to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night with Aston Villa.

The ex-England defender, now Villa’s assistant manager, won five Premier League titles, five FA Cups, three League Cups plus a Champions League and Europa League during his time with the Blues.

Here, the PA news agency looks at Terry’s glittering 19-year career at Chelsea.

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Terry secured his first Premier League title in 2005 (Martin Rickett/PA)
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Terry won the PFA players’ player of the year award that year (Chris Young/PA)
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Chelsea claimed back-to-back titles (Andrew Parsons/PA)
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Terry won the FA Cup five times at Chelsea (Nick Potts/PA)
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In 2010 Terry led Chelsea to their first Premier League title since 2006 (Nick Potts/PA)
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Frank Lampard consoled Terry after he slipped missing a penalty in the 2008 Champions League final (Martin Rickett/PA)
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It was redemption for Terry, who was suspended for the final but donned a full strip to celebrate, four years later as Chelsea beat Bayern Munich (Owen Humphreys/PA)
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Terry was banned for four matches and fined £220,000 for racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand in 2012 (Nick Potts/PA)
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Chelsea won the Europa League the following year (John Walton/PA)
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Terry, pictured alongside Jose Mourinho, claimed three League Cups with the Blues (Nick Potts/PA)
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Terry was Chelsea through and through during his playing days (Adam Davy/PA)
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A fourth Premier League title arrived for Terry in 2015 (Mike Egerton/PA)
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Terry was an unused substitute as Chelsea clinched the Premier League title in his final season (Nick Potts/PA)
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There was a guard of honour for Terry in his final match for Chelsea in 2017 (Mike Egerton/PA)
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He ended his Blues career with a fifth title (Nick Potts/PA)
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Terry was a huge fans’ favourite at Stamford Bridge (Nick Potts/PA)

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