Recently retired Premier League player Peter Crouch has made a damning claim about former Chelsea skipper John Terry.
According to the quotes credited to the former Stoke City, Liverpool, Burnley and Southampton striker via UK Sun, Peter Crouch revealed that John Terry tries to influence referees in a bid to avoid red cards and yellow cards.
John Terry is the assistant manager to Aston Villa boss Dean Smith at the moment.
The former Three Lions of England centre back attained legendary status at Chelsea after he spent the majority of his football career with the Stamford Bridge outfit.
John Terry joined Chelsea at the age of 14 and the ex-England national team skipper eventually became the most decorated captain in the history of the West London giants.
During his time at Chelsea, John Terry won five Premier League titles, four FA Cup titles, three Carabao Cup titles, one Europa League title and the 2012 Champions League title.
John Terry and Chelsea won the 2012 Champions League title after beating German champions Bayern Munich on penalties.
The former Chelsea defender was a Chelsea player until the summer of 2017 when he joined Aston Villa.
John Terry spent one year at Villa Park before he retired last summer.