- John Terry was the most decorated captain in Chelsea's impressive history
- The legendary defender revealed he was very superstitious in his playing days
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He would make 717 appearances for the Blues, scoring 67 goals in the process, as well as earning 78 international caps for England and a stint as captain of the Three Lions.
However, as with most of the greats of the game, Terry has revealed that he has a number of superstitions that he has observed throughout his career.
The Blues icon took to Instagram to share a snap of a plug socket at Cobham with a caption explaining just why he hates seeing the switches left on.
John Terry was the most successful captain in Chelsea's history winning five Premier Leagues
The legendary former skipper revealed a bizarre superstition that he observed 'everyday'
'When I'm at the training ground I have to switch off because I hate seeing the Red in our building,' he admitted.
'I done this everyday as a player also.'
However, it is not the only bit of superstition that the legendary centre back observed over the years.
He opened up in 2016 about another measure he used to take alongside long-term team-mate for club and country Frank Lampard.
'I am very superstitious and, for me, if we win a game then I add it on to my next superstition,' he admitted. 'Last season, as you can imagine, it built up to quite a lot.
'Me and Frank started it a long time ago; in the Chelsea dressing room we have three urinals and me and Lamps started weeing in one.
'We won the game and, for me, that was it. The next week there was a queue of me, Frank and Ash (Cole).
'The next week there were four of us and the week after there were five. And even now, you have Cesar Azpilicueta and Cesc Fabregas, we are all there in one big queue.'
Terry revealed his strange habit on Instagram admitted he hate seeing the colour red in the building
Since his retirement he has ventured into coaching and is now at the academy set up at the Blues
But the now-retired Terry went on to admit that this practice almost got him and his team-mates into a spot of bother from the FA.
He added: 'A few months ago the club secretary said to me: "We have had a few calls from the FA complaining because we have been going out late" and I didn't have the heart to tell him it was because we were all waiting to go for a wee!'
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