John Terry packs Chelsea with confidence

11:23, May 11, 2010      

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Chelsea's John Terry celebrates with his family after winning the English Premier League at Stamford Bridge in London May 9, 2010. Chelsea defeated Wigan Athletic 8-0 in the last match of the season. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)

After sweeping Wigon last Sunday, the Premier League champion Chelsea's captain John Terry seeks to build on the triumph by changing signifinantly to the team, according to news reports Tuesday.

The former England team captain said Chelsea should sign the star players as Franck Ribery and David Villa to strengthen the team power.

He also suggested his team manager, Roman Abramovich, to spend much in next season in order to encourage the players to get the next team title.

“We definitely want to improve the next season, no doubt,” Terry said.

Chelsea's CEO Ron Gourlay later made hints that the Russian manager was willing to avail the players the next season with additional funds.



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