John Terry gets first yellow card in four years

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Chelsea legend John Terry announced his retirement from his playing career in 2018, and he had since ventured into management.

Terry has been serving as assistant manager to Dean Smith at Aston Villa, and he has now gotten his first yellow card since entering management.

Terry got a yellow card during Aston Villa’s game at West Ham after a heated row with Hammers staff.

The Hammers coaches were displeased that Jack Grealish went down too easily, while the Villa bench reacted to the agitations of the Hammers bench.

Sky commentator Alan Smith said: “The West Ham contingent feeling Jack Grealish is going to ground too easily and getting their players in trouble.

“Villa are trying to protect their captain.”

Terry’s side Aston Villa eventually ended on the losing side after the 2-1 defeat to West Ham.

Meanwhile, Terry was booked 69 times in the Premier League during his playing career for Chelsea, and was red carded six times.

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