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John Terry’s Fiery Temper Inspired Chelsea Players, Reveals Mikel

, John Terry’s Fiery Temper Inspired Chelsea Players, Reveals Mikel

Mikel's Account of Terry's Raging Rows

John Obi Mikel, the former Chelsea midfielder, reminisces about the intense atmosphere in the Chelsea dressing room during his time at the club. He recalls teacups and tables being thrown in moments of frustration. Mikel reveals that Terry's fiery temperament served as the club's true leader and inspired the team to push harder.

Passionate Hunger for Success

Mikel explains that after a loss, the players would often not speak to each other for a day to emphasize the need for improvement. The hunger for success was extreme, and though at times it may have gone too far, it ultimately fueled the team's determination to win. Terry's aggressive behavior, including fights and table-smashing, would motivate the players to give their all on the pitch.

, John Terry’s Fiery Temper Inspired Chelsea Players, Reveals Mikel

Terry, The Figurehead of Chelsea

Mikel acknowledges that no matter which manager was in charge, John Terry was the figurehead of the club. His words and actions were closely followed by the players, and his passion for the game was unparalleled. Terry's commitment to Chelsea's success made him an iconic leader in the eyes of his teammates.

Mikel's Return to English Football

Mikel, who left Chelsea for China, made a return to English football in the 2018-19 season with Middlesbrough. He found himself in direct competition with former Chelsea teammates Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard, who joined Derby as a coach. Mikel was determined to bring his winning mentality to Middlesbrough and made 19 appearances before continuing his career with other clubs.

, John Terry’s Fiery Temper Inspired Chelsea Players, Reveals Mikel

Retirement and Legacy

In 2022, Mikel announced his retirement from professional football after a successful career spanning 17 years and five countries. With 91 caps for Nigeria and numerous club achievements, he leaves behind a lasting legacy.

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