John Terry speaks about upcoming fixtures, Liverpool and FC Copenhagen

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Terry hopes receives good reception at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea captain John Terry said that he hopes the fans at Stamford Bridge will give former Chelsea player Joe Cole a good reception. The over the summer and as with all
players leaving, he has not been forgiven by the Chelsea supporters. However, Terry insisted that fans should welcome the former player on Sunday when the Blues welcome Liverpool to Stamford Bridge.
While speaking to reporters, Terry said, “Joe gave everything for this club and hopefully the fans will recognize that and give him the reception he deserves. He is a Chelsea boy, even when he was at West Ham he said he was a Chelsea
boy as a kid. I was sorry to see him go, others were too. That's why I'm 100 per cent sure he'll get a great reception.”
Joe Cole was recently sidelined with an injury but seems to have recovered and will most likely feature against Chelsea, which will be his first visit to the Bridge as a Liverpool player. Having done really well at Chelsea, the
attacking midfielder/winger had a terrible start at Anfield; he was sent off on his debut in the Premier League and missed a penalty in a Europa League fixture.
Terry was confident Cole would recover from his poor start soon and would be an important player for Liverpool in the upcoming seasons. “I watched his debut and him getting sent off - he should never have been sent off. Then he
picked up a knock but he is confident in his own ability and me too. I'm sure he will have a huge part to play for Liverpool.”
Terry has changed his ways
John Terry claimed he had changed his style of play in order to suit the European competition. Chelsea face FC Copenhagen this month in the Round of 16 and if the Blues want to keep their hopes of securing the Champions League
crown alive, they have to get a good result against the Danish side. John Terry, who has previously been criticized for rash tackles, said he was working on improving that part of his game.
“When I first came into the side, winning tackles and being aggressive was the main part of my game. But, naturally from being at as they progressed, I was getting on the pitch and playing in European competitions and it
was a learning curve because I was giving away cheap fouls in dangerous areas.”
The Chelsea skipper admitted that he had improved since when he first started out and that he had altered so as not earn unnecessary bookings.



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