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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.
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Born: December 7, 1980
Birthplace: London
Position:centreback
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

1995:

Joins Chelsea youth system

1998:

Chelsea debut as 17-year-old

2003:

England debut as half-time substitute against Serbia

2004:

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

2005:

Chelsea win first English title in 50 years

2006:

Chelsea retain Premier League title
Succeeds David Beckham as England captain

2007:

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

2008:

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.

2009:

Leads England to qualification for the World Cup

Scandals

2001:

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.

2002:

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.

2006:

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.

2009:

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

2010:

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