“THERE’S NOT ANYTHING HE COULDN’T DO!” ✅ Everton fan Liam says John Terry is the PL’s best ever CB!

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Darren Bent & Andy Goldstein discuss the Premier League’s best ever CBs & supporter Liam says John Terry was the best!

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