Osgood on Terry

Discussion in 'Chelsea' started by Clan, Aug 23, 2002.

  1. Clan

    Clan Member

    Apr 23, 2002
    JOHN TERRY and Jody Morris risk destroying their careers if they do not learn from their Crown Court escape.

    That is the stark warning to the Chelsea stars after both walked free last night after being cleared of charges of GBH, wounding and affray charges.

    Stamford Bridge legend Peter Osgood said: "Both players have got to grow up and live up to their responsibilities.

    "They must realise that they can't go out drinking at night and acting like normal fans.

    "They are paid so much money and people look up to them. They've got to be careful where they go."

    Ossie predicts defender Terry can be an England regular if he can get his career back on the straight and narrow.

    But he believes that pint-sized midfielder Morris, 23, has to quit the club after one breach of discipline too many. The pair's pal, Wimbledon defender Des Byrne, 21, was convicted of possessing an offensive weapon.

    Osgood added: "I hope a lot of good comes out of this sorry incident."

    England boss Sven Goran Eriksson rates former Under-21 captain Terry highly and is glad to have him back.

    But the 21-year-old will miss the friendly with Portugal on September 7 as he recovers from a cartilage op

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