John Terry Takes Stabs at Piers Morgan with a Cutting Remark about Arsenal’s 20-Year premier league
The rivalry between Arsenal and Chelsea has intensified this season, with Chelsea legend John Terry attacking Piers Morgan after he criticized their January expenditure.
John Terry has cruelly insulted Piers Morgan by asserting that Arsenal “disappeared for 20 years.”
Morgan, an Arsenal fan, boasted about the Gunners’ Premier League lead on Twitter on Wednesday. He disparaged Chelsea for spending £323 million during the January transfer window, which was more than all of Europe’s other clubs combined.
Morgan shared a photo of the Premier League standings with the message, “‘Reminder to Chelsea fans: we’re first, you’re tenth, and we’re 21 points ahead of you with a game in hand. Spend as many billions as you like, but what you REALLY need is a telescope to view Arsenal.”
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The legendary Chelsea player Terry, who won 17 trophies with the club, was unmoved. The former captain responded by asserting that he has achieved greater success in retirement than Arsenal have on the field.
“You have been MIA for two decades!” And you have a considerable distance to go… Since I quit from playing golf, I have won more titles than Arsenal,” he retorted with a golf emoji.
The journalist and television host responded by tweeting, “Pipe down, ‘Tiger’ Terry… It was only 18 years ago that Arsenal were undefeated in the whole Premier League season (including beating Chelsea, led by you, at home and on the road…) Therefore, the only thing’missing’ from your resume is the adjective ‘invincible.'”
After Chelsea sabotaged Arsenal’s pursuit of Ukrainian winger Mykhaylo Mudryk, antagonism has increased between the two London clubs. Blues owner Todd Boehly clinched an £88 million deal at the eleventh hour despite the Gunners being the frontrunners to sign the kid.
In January, Chelsea and Arsenal also competed for the signatures of Raphinha, Gabriel Jesus, and Moises Caicedo, respectively. However, Chelsea’s extravagant expenditure may be indicative of Arsenal’s improving fortunes under Mikel Arteta, since the Gunners currently lead the league while the Blues struggle under Graham Potter.
In November at Stamford Bridge, Arteta’s squad defeated Chelsea 1-0. On April 29, they will engage in what is certain to be a mouthwatering contest.