John Terry: I may retire from football after final game for Chelsea

• Stamford Bridge captain scores against Watford in rare start
• Set to play his final match for Chelsea on Sunday

John Terry has suggested he could shelve plans to play on and retire from football altogether upon his release from Chelsea this summer, with the former England captain to consider his options at the end of the season.

The centre-half made his first start for the champions since mid-September in the 4-3 victory over Watford, scoring his 67th goal for the club but contributing to the concession of the visitors’ immediate equaliser and finding the pace of the game hard going after so long on the sidelines. Terry, when announcing he would sever tier with Chelsea after 22 years, had initially targeted seeking more regular first-team football elsewhere, though he has hinted he may now review that decision.

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