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John Terry: 'Every time we beat Spurs is always a good moment'

Former Chelsea player, Champions League-winner, and current Southampton left back Ryan Bertrand is the brainchild behind something called 'Footi Emoji', an iOS App for, as the name would lead you to guess, football emojis. "A completely new way [for fans] to show off their passion for football," claims Ryan, which seems like a bold claim but I admit I'm not up on the latest happenings and glaring needs in the world of emojis.

The venture is also backed by none other than former teammate John Terry, who was present for last week's launch event. Chelsea Fans Channel popped in as well for a short chat with the Chelsea captain, leader, legend.


Topics of discussion included Spurs, picking a five-a-side team (Cech, A.Cole, Lampard, Drogba, Zola), England's chances at Euro 2016, and Thierry Henry.

Terry made his return to the starting lineup on Monday against Spurs, for what very well could be the penultimate time he gets to play in Chelsea blue at Stamford Bridge. Sign him up?

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