England captain Terry begs Carragher to make an international comeback

05 June 2009 09:56
John Terry has urged Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher to reconsider his decision to retire from international football and make himself available for next summer's World Cup.

There are fears that Terry and his experienced defensive partner Rio Ferdinand, who have played together just five times under the new management, will struggle with their fitness before next summer's finals.

Terry said: 'Going into the World Cup it would be great if he did come back and then it would make competition even more difficult for all of us.

Come back: England captain John Terry has urged Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher to step out of international retirement

'We all understood his frustration but we'd all like him to come outof retirement. It's down to him to make that decision, only he can dothat.

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Source: Daily_Mail