John Terry

He began his playing career as a youth player for Senrab FC, a team which has had England stars such as Sol Campbell, Jermain Defoe and Ledley King, he was soon signed up to Chelsea's youth system as a centre back and made his debut in 1998, in 2000 he a brief spell at Nottingham Forest on loan to gain more first team experience. By 2001 he became a first team regular and was also made captain this year, he has stayed there for his entire playing career to date.

In 2003 he got his full call up to the England squad by the then manager Steve McClaren against Serbia and Montenegro and he gone on to become a team regular and now the team captain in place of David Beckham in 2006 and he will also lead the England team to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

He has an older brother called Paul who is also a professional footballer who currently plays for the Conference side Rushden & Diamonds. Each year the television show Soccer AM run a competition called the "Terry-Terry Cup" between the two on who will score the most goals in a season, John has won this trophy every season since its inception.

John Terry's World Cup England Goalscorer Odds

International Career

Team Years Appearances Goals Goals to Game Ratio
England U21 2000 - 2002 9 1 0.11
England 2003 - 59 6 0.10
Total 68 7 0.10