Ex Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has shared that he thought John Terry would be the manager now not Frank Lampard.
Frank Lampard is presently managing Championship side Derby, and led them to a play-off final against Aston Villa, where John Terry is presently working as an assistant coach.
Jimmy said, “I always saw John Terry going into management a little more than Frank Lampard.
“Don’t get me wrong, Frank was a leader but he was quieter. You could see he was a born leader. You don’t have to be loud to be a leader and he just did the right things, at the right times, in the right way.
“He’s doing well at Derby and JT is in a different role at Villa. They’re both going for it and doing it in their own way. It’s going to be an interesting final between their two sides.
“I don’t think management is the next step for JT.
“He’s at the right place, with the right manager (Dean Smith) and the right person as well, who will give him room to express himself. It’s only good for his education and development to be where he is now.”