Former Aston Villa striker Tammy Abraham has revealed the part John Terry played in bringing the Chelsea forward over to Villa Park last season. Abraham scored twenty-five goals under both Steve Bruce and current head coach Dean Smith to fire help Villa to promotion last season – but his spell at the club wasn’t always destined to finish in glory.
Tammy Abraham said “Oh, what a guy. Similar to Frank Lampard, John Terry used to be always at youth team games, the U21s games, any competitions, he was there, From that young age, it was always nice to have that support, you know, the Chelsea captain supporting us.I remember before I came to Aston Villa, he spoke to me saying, ‘Come to Villa, we’ll help you, I’ll guide you. You knew he was going to come over and put himself about – run the channels, score goals, be hungry, be passionate,”
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