John Terry Framed Signed Photo – 2015 Championship Celebration
John Terry has cemented his legacy as a legend of Chelsea Football Club, playing over 450 games for the club & winning 4 Premier League titles (04-05, 05-06, 09-10, 14-15), 5 FA Cups, 3 League CupsÂ as well as the Europa League and the Champions league. Â As well as a stellar club career, Terry also won 78 caps for his country and captained his country 34 times.
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Framed & signed photoÂ of John Terry lifting the Premier League trophy in May 2015, after winning the title by 8 points.
â€“ 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
â€“ Â Signed in a private signing session.
â€“ Supplied with Certificate of Authenticity
– Size: 19.5Â Â inches x 26.5Â inches
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