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John Terry's voice to be heard on the Underground as Blues star helps support London Poppy Day

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Laurence Griffiths

If you're in London over the next week or so and are taking the Underground, you might hear a familiar voice if you're in one of the stations near Stamford Bridge. John Terry has taken part in a campaign to support the Royal British Legion during London Poppy Day, which means he's recorded an announcement to be played in the leadup to November 11th:

It is, of course, going to be a very special Remembrance Day: 2014 marks the centenary of World Word One (although Nov. 11 is, of course, the day in which the war ended in 1918), and I'm glad that Chelsea are joining the rest of the London clubs in giving Poppy Day the support it deserves -- not that this is unusual for the club, but hopefully the contributions do make a difference. If you would like to donate to the Royal British Legion, head over to their website.

The stations Terry in which will be speaking are apparently Fulham Broadway, Earl's Court and West Brompton, so keep your ears peeled, or some other lest gross metaphor for listening.

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