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John Terry slams Robbie Savage's criticism in spectacular fashion

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Robbie Savage has a job. He analyses, critiques and summarises the world of football.

The difference between Robbie Savage and the average bloke in the pub is that Savage is paid for his better-informed opinion, because he used to play professional football.

But that's a point John Terry wants to contest.

Appearing in a Champions League press conference ahead of Chelsea's game with Dynamo Kiev, Terry responded to a question on criticism from former players, including the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville - whose words he found "constructive".

He had a different opinion of the thoughts of Savage.

John Terry 1 - 0 Robbie Savage

(Image: Rex)

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