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John Terry mocked for proudly showing off ‘tiny’ catch on fishing trip

‘Did you buy it from the local fish stall?’: John Terry takes to Instagram to proudly show off the fish he caught – and unimpressed fans and former players can’t stop mocking his TINY haul

  • John Terry has been mocked for proudly posing with a small fish he had caught
  • The Chelsea legend crouched down for a picture with the fish next to a lake
  • But friends and fans mocked him in reply, with some asking if he bought the fish
  • Terry is desperately trying to save Aston Villa from Premier League relegation 

John Terry has fallen victim to some hilarious and light-hearted online trolling after posing proudly with a tiny catch after his most recent fishing trip.

The Aston Villa assistant manger and Chelsea legend tried to show off his angling skills by taking a picture with a fish he had caught.

But his friends and social media followers were quick to call him out for his underwhelming results, with some even suggesting he bought the fish rather than caught it.

John Terry has been mocked for posing with a tiny fish that he caught on a recent trip out

John Terry has been mocked for posing with a tiny fish that he caught on a recent trip out

Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise was among those to poke fun at the Aston Villa No 2

Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise was among those to poke fun at the Aston Villa No 2

A Star Barbers - who occasionally go to Terry's house to give him a hair cut - got involved too

A Star Barbers – who occasionally go to Terry’s house to give him a hair cut – got involved too

Former Chelsea team-mate Dennis Wise was among those to comment on the picture, with the former Blues captain writing: ‘Is that it? Did you buy it from the local fish stall?’

Fans soon followed Wise though and posted jokes like: ‘Not sure you need 2 hands for that’ and ‘been catching Blues fans again?’

A Star Barbers – who occasionally go to Terry’s house to give him a hair cut – got involved, commenting: ‘Small fish’, alongside a laughing emoji. 

Terry’s wife Toni was more supportive though, posing with the heart-shaped eyes emoji.

He has bigger things to worry about at the moment though as he desperately tries to save Aston Villa from Premier League relegation. 

Fans quickly got in on the act with one suggesting Terry was over compensating with his hands

Fans quickly got in on the act with one suggesting Terry was over compensating with his hands

Another, obviously not a Chelsea fan, used the picture to have a dig at Blues fans

Another, obviously not a Chelsea fan, used the picture to have a dig at Blues fans

Terry's wife Toni was more supportive though, posing with the heart-shaped eyes emoji

Terry’s wife Toni was more supportive though, posing with the heart-shaped eyes emoji

Defeat by Southampton left Villa just one point above the relegation places with just 11 games left of the season.

Following that game at St Mary’s, Villa manager Dean Smith had to deny claims that he had a tunnel bust-up with Terry.

After the game, unsubstantiated rumours circulated online that Smith was involved in a furious row in the tunnel with his No 2. 

Smith furiously denied the claims – when quizzed about the alleged bust-up in his post-match press conference, he blasted: ‘That is bulls***’.

Before their focus turns to avoiding the drop though, Dean Smith’s side can win the Carabao Cup this Sunday when they take on Manchester City at Wembley. 


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