Chelsea legend John Terry has been accused of being up to his old tricks after posing with a huge catch while fishing in the Maldives – but it was actually caught by son Georgie.
The 41-year-old former England skipper is currently enjoying some down time in South Asia having returned to Stamford Bridge in a coaching consultancy role back in January.
Having posted recent snaps to his 7.1 million Instagram followers of himself taking part in various activities – one upload featured himself with a huge fish.
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It included the caption: "Family Fishing Trip. Georgie catching the only fish of the morning, but I’m taking all the credit." Alongside various emojis.
Although the second photo was one of young Georgie, many poked fun at Terry making it about himself having worn a full kit to celebrate Chelsea's 2012 Champions League triumph, despite being suspended for the final.
One follower wrote in the comments: "Like the CL final all over again."
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With a second adding: "I'm surprised you didn’t pop your kit on for that photo."
A third agreed: "Full kit job."
With a fourth concluding: "For a minute it looked like you'd gone full kit again."
Ramires told FourFourTwo of the full kit saga back in 2020: "All of us changed post-match.
"The idea came from the club, because they wanted everyone ready for the team photo."
Terry had been shown a red card for an off the ball foul on Alexis Sanchez against Barcelona in their semi-final second leg. Despite the mocking that followed his decision, the defender repeated his full kit antics when the Blues won the Europa League the following year.
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