Legend of England and Chelsea, John Terry, said he does not miss football because of the pressure that accompanies him.
In his career Terry played in over 750 club games, captain Chelsea won five titles in the Premier League and won the Champions League.
The former England representative retired at the end of last season, after spending the campaign in the Aston Villa Championship.
But when he was asked if he did not play, Terry told Sky Sports:
“You know what, I do not have it, I’m losing from Monday to Friday, I understand, but the pressure of the games …
“It’s funny because you watch games like the League Cup final, you want to keep playing, but the pressures and pressures that I put down later in my career probably do not like me, which is why I’m enjoying my retirement.”
Despite retiring from play, Terry claims he is more busy than ever, taking the role of a coach at Aston Villa while working with Dean Smith.
“A big change is the game in which you have 9 times the 10th Sunday as a player, and you say,” This is my time to turn off “, nowadays it is the time when I watch the previous game, looking at the next opponents, making clips for Individuals, “he said.
“This page is huge, detailed and detailed for me, which reach me on a Monday or Tuesday morning.
“You think about the whole group, there could be one or two players who need to talk on Sunday, someone who was injured and made sure everything is fine, there are so many sides.