Tuesday, 24 October 2017

‘Perfect time to retire’, ‘I hope this is his last game’ – Chelsea fans call for key player to retire

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Gary Cahill made his 250th appearance for Chelsea in Saturday’s Premier League clash against Watford at Stamford Bridge.


The 31-year-old joined the Blues from Bolton Wanderers in 2012, and is now the club’s permanent captain following John Terry’s departure during the summer transfer window.

Cahill actually scored eight times in 43 appearances for Chelsea last season, and was widely praised for his performances in the team’s title-winning campaign.

The centre-back’s form has been slightly hit and miss in the early stages of this season, however, with Chelsea struggling for consistency.

Head coach Antonio Conte has decided to stick with a 3-4-3 formation this season, but Chelsea have been poor defensively over the last few weeks – shipping seven goals in their last three matches.

On Saturday, Chelsea’s official Twitter account paid tribute to Cahill on his 250th appearance, but the same cannot be said for the club’s supporters.

A selection of the best Twitter reaction can be found below:

Another milestone today as @GaryJCahill made his 250th appearance for the Blues. Congrats, Gary! 💪 pic.twitter.com/F7zQWuUngQ

— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) 21 October 2017
I hope this is his last game

— M7SEN (@JT_Lamps) 21 October 2017
250 too many

— Scott Williams (@scottyw14) 21 October 2017
The worst Chelsea captain ever. He’s one of Chelsea problems.. the young lad Christensen is far better than him

— Capt.Adetula Tosin (@Emmieriaty) 21 October 2017
Last one as well?

— Ancelotti needed (@Ngology) 21 October 2017
250 too many

— ▫️ (@hazardo_) 21 October 2017
Congratulations. Please kindly perform better or just ask for a seat at the bench. Thank you.

— Avson (@avson999) 21 October 2017
What a legend.
Perfect time to retire 💙

— S M A R T ❌ (@AzoozCFC) 21 October 2017
Hopefully his last

— M🇮🇹 (@Zappacrossta) 21 October 2017
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