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Factfile: England captain John Terry

Factfile on John Terry, whose future as England captain was due to be decided by Fabio Capello.

sports Updated: Feb 06, 2010 00:31 IST

Factfile on John Terry, whose future as England captain was due to be decided by Fabio Capello.

Born: December 7, 1980
Birthplace: London
Height:1.87m (6'2")
Weight:90kg (200lbs)
Marital Status:Married to Toni, two children, twins Georgie John and Summer Rose.
England caps: 58 caps, 6 goals

Club honours:

Premier League winner 2005, 2006. FA Cup winner 2000, 2007, 2009, League Cup winner 2005, 2007

Individual honours:

PFA Player of the Year 2004-05, FIFA World Cup Team of the Tournament 2006, UEFA Best Defender: 2005, 2008, 2009

Career in brief


Joins Chelsea youth system


Chelsea debut as 17-year-old


England debut as half-time substitute against Serbia


Plays for England at Euro 2004, England reach quarter-finals
Succeeds Marcel Desailly as Chelsea captain


Chelsea win first English title in 50 years


Chelsea retain Premier League title
Succeeds David Beckham as England captain


England fail to qualify for Euro 2008, Terry misses final qualifiers through injury
Signs five-year contract at Chelsea, becoming highest-paid player in the Premier League


Costs Chelsea chance to win the Champions League with penalty miss in shoot-out defeat by Manchester United
Reappointed England captain for World Cup qualifying campaign by Fabio Capello.


Leads England to qualification for the World Cup



Terry is one of four Chelsea players fined two weeks wages after drunkenly abusing American tourists at a Heathrow hotel the day after 9/11.


Terry and Chelsea team-mate Jody Morris are cleared after being charged with assault and affray in connection with a nightclub incident. The legal case costs uncapped Terry the chance of going to the World Cup with England.


Fined 10,000 pounds after accusing referee Graham Poll of "changing his story" over why he had been sent off in a match against Tottenham.


Chelsea defend Terry over reports he accepted payments to organise a behind-the-scenes tour of the club's training ground.


Terry reported to have conducted an affair with Vanessa Perroncel, former partner of his England team-mate Wayne Bridge.