Terry deserves to stay on as captain of England, argues Tommy Docherty

02 February 2010 11:34
Tommy Docherty, who lost his job as Manchester United manager after having an affair with the wife of physiotherapist Laurie Brown in 1977, believes John Terry should remain captain of England.

As calls for Terry to step down or be sacked continue, Docherty said: 'I think he should continue as England captain and as an England player.

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'Chelsea have set the example by letting him carry on in his present position at Stamford Bridge and quite rightly so.

'It's been left with [Fabio] Capello to make the decision. That's good because the people at the Football Association are the last to judge anyone. They don't know anything about football in the first place.

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'Over the last few years other managers' behaviour comes into question as well.

'I know John who is a marvellous professional, a marvellous player and a marvellous captain. He's done what hundreds of thousand of people are doing. He should be judged on his playing ability and leave it at that.'

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Source: Daily_Mail