Premier League: Gary Cahill has good prospects to succeed John Terry as Chelsea captain, says Antonio Conte
May 20, 2017
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is in line to succeed John Terry as captain of the Premier League champions next season, manager Antonio Conte said on Friday. Cahill, 31, has led Chelsea for the majority of the campaign with Terry, who is leaving the club at the end of the season,...
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