Terry unsure about management….

John Terry admits he is unsure whether he wants to become a manager despite once being keen on the idea. The Chelsea defender will lift the Premier League title for the fourth time on Sunday after his side’s clash with Sunderland, and is currently on a one-year rolling deal. The 34-year-old has enjoyed a fine season at Stamford Bridge, and is currently juggling playing with a coaching course. But, in a revealing interview with Soccer AM’s Tubes, Terry admits he may not want to be in that pressurised environment every day. He said: “I’m doing my badges at the minute. It’s long, it’s difficult at the minute while I’m still playing, with not many days off and Champions League football and everything. “But I’m getting there and it’s something I want to look into doing, but I’m not sure. I was keen for three of four years… I’ve got to later on in my life now where I’m 50/50. “I don’t know whether I want to be in that every day. “My dream was to manage Chelsea, it was, it really was, but the more I’ve been doing it, I don’t know.” Terry has been at Chelsea for his entire career, and while admitting he wants to stay beyond his retirement from playing, it may not be in a managerial role. “Maybe a role within the club would be more up my street,” he added. “The pressures of playing all my career, to kind of throw myself back in that for the rest of my life. “And also you can’t start at Chelsea, you can’t start at the very top. You have to go out and learn your trade.”

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