He doesn’t agree
Chelsea captain John Terry saw red during their FA Cup tie with Peterborough, and while manager Antonio Conte made it clear he felt Terry had played well, and did not deserve to be sent off, the player himself waited for a while after the game before speaking out.
The he took to Instagram to offer his thoughts and congratulations to the players who scored during the game, and also to defender Kurt Zouma for playing after such a long time out.
Terry himself had been injured and out of the side, and has spent the last 11 games on the sidelines – and will be sat in the stands again unless his appeal is successful.
The club will appeal
Terry posted on his Instagram account to confirm he hopes the FA will have another look at the incident, and seems to feel he was hard done by – as he didn’t touch the Peterborough player in question.
What a great feeling being back on the pitch today,albeit only for 67 mins after my red card which I will be appealing and hope the FA and the ref will look at it and realise I didn't touch @leeangol. Great win for the boys and Into the next round of the FA Cup. Well done @_pedro17_ @mbatshuayi @willianborges88 Congratulations @kurtzouma on your comeback mate great to have you back. @chelseafc