John Terry Brother – Paul Terry Bio
John Terry is a well-known player for his outstanding performance with the English Premier League team, Chelsea and also the International team, England. However, many people do not know that John Terry actually has a brother called Paul Edward Terry. John Terry brother was born on the 3rd of April 1979. He is also a footballer who has played for the midfielder position. John Terry brother has made a total of 206 appearances in the Football League for Leyton Orient team and also Yeovil Town in the year 2003 to 2009. Since then, John Terry brother has officially retired from English football.
John Terry brother has begun his career in early 1999 with an English football club called the Dagenham & Redbridge F.C. During his time with Dagenham & Redbridge F.C, he made a total of 148 appearances in all matches of every competition in a total duration of 3 years. His service with the club Dagenham & Redbridge F.C. also helped to lead the club to a higher division which is the Isthmian League Premier Division title in the year of 2002. Due do John Terry brother’s good and outstanding performance, the semi-professional England National Game XI has called him up in March 2004 for him to play there.
Following that, John Terry brother, Paul Terry has signed with the football club, Yeovil Town for Division three. In that league, Paul Terry has made a total of 168 appearances for Yeovil Town club in almost 4 years’ time. John Terry brother has continued to flourish with his outstanding performances and skills leading the Yeovil Town football club to the championship of Division three.
As John Terry brother’s contract with the club has expired, he agreed and signed a new one-year deal extension to his contract with the Yeovil Town football club. However, it was unfortunate that Paul Terry has suffered a serious and cruciate ankle injury which required him to go through a crucial surgery in May 2005. That injury has left him no choice but to be out at the sidelines for the rest of 2005 and 2006 seasons.
During his recovery period, his brother, John Terry and also his wife Sarah Konchesky have provided him a lot of mental and moral support. As Paul Terry did not give up on football, he came out of injury in January 2007 and did what he did best. His great performances continued to be displayed until the end of 2009 where he announces his retirement from football.