Chelsea: Why John Terry Shouldn't Return to Playing for England

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Chelsea: Why John Terry Shouldn't Return to Playing for England
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Chelsea central defender John Terry has been back in the news this week, as speculation grows over a possible return to the England international scene.

Terry retired from playing for his nation in September 2012 following an incident and ensuing suspension involving Anton Ferdinand, but the Guardian now reports that the defender could be ready to make a return to feature in the FIFA World Cup in 2014, which will be hosted by Brazil.

Conflicting reports quickly emerged (via the BBC) saying that he had not decided to make himself available for selection again, but it certainly seems that there are those around who would support any such decision at this point.

It begs the question of whether it would be the right move—for player and nation—for Terry to make a comeback; here are the reasons why perhaps it would indeed not be.

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