Anorak | A history of Cup celebrations – from poor John Terry to fruity Mark Wright

A history of Cup celebrations – from poor John Terry to fruity Mark Wright

by | 21st, May 2012

POOR old John Terry. Despite being unable to play in the final because of his suspension, he has dressed in his full kit, including shin-pads, in order to assume his duties as club captain by receiving the Champions League trophy.

This his moment, the culmination of everything he, Mr Chelsea, has fought for throughout his career.

He steps forward, he takes the cup with fellow Blues stalwart Frank Lampard, and they hold it aloft for the Stamford Bridge faithful to applaud…

But wait… Oh no! Some idiot on a giant novelty hat is right in front of him with a bunch of mates, and they are dancing about and obscuring JT! And to make it worse, these aren’t the usual drunken supporters they are Chelsea players!

The buffoons continue their antics, and Mr Chelsea, despite supposedly being in charge of everything the club, appears powerless to do anything about it. Soon the cup is out of his hands and the moment is gone forever. All the pictures show of JT is the his distinctive hairdo poking up above the melee…

Then again, given JT’s passionate nature, he might have blurted out something inappropriate, and forgotten to cover his mouth to foil lip-readers. It’s a mistake Mark Wright knows all about, from his days as captain

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