Ancelotti Press Conference, Terry and Manchester City

Perm VacationCorrespondent IJuly 6, 2009

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 06:  New Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti faces the media during a press conference at Stamford Bridge on July 6, 2009 in London, England.  (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

All media outlets are reporting John Terry will not be leaving Chelsea but from what I understand after listening to Carlo's press rant is that Carlo is riding on Terry staying based purely on what John Terry has said in the past.

Carlo Ancelotti has not spoken with Terry as Terry is not due back from holiday for at least another week.

John Terry is on record as saying in the PAST that he would love to stay at Chelsea for the rest of his playing career but he said that in the past and not now.

So what could have changed? Can't a man change his mind?

If you listen carefully to Mr Ancelotti, he states that Terry DID say he wanted to stay at Chelsea for good and that Terry will still be Chelsea's captain but what he did not say was that he would be captain "should he stay".

My opinion on th matter is: If John Terry did join City then I would be happy but if he did not then I would still be happy.

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