sport news John Terry finds note he left Ruben Loftus-Cheek ahead of Soccer Aid training

'Get out of my locker': John Terry finds note he left 'stiffest man alive' Ruben Loftus-Cheek as Chelsea legend takes up old spot in Stamford Bridge changing room ahead of Soccer Aid training alongside Usain Bolt and Co John Terry is back at Stamford Bridge for training before Sunday's Soccer Aid The Chelsea legend gave fans a glimpse of a note he left for Ruben Loftus-Cheek He called him 'the stiffest man alive' in the note that Loftus-Cheek has held on to Terry will play for England against the Rest of the World in the charity match 

By Max Winters For Mailonline

Published: 12:49 BST, 13 June 2019 | Updated: 14:13 BST, 13 June 2019

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John Terry is back at Stamford Bridge for training ahead of this weekend's Soccer Aid 2019 and the Chelsea legend has found a note he left for Ruben Loftus-Cheek in his old locker.

The former England defender will join other stars including ex-team-mates Didier Drogba, Joe Cole and Michael Essien as well as Britain's most successful track athlete Sir Mo Farah at the charity football match on Sunday night.

Terry made more than 700 appearances and won 15 major honours for Chelsea during his 19-season stay with the club and he was back at his old stomping ground on Thursday as both teams prepared to carry out their final preparations. 

John Terry found a note he left for ex-Chelsea team-mate Ruben Loftus-Cheek in his old locker

John Terry found a note he left for ex-Chelsea team-mate Ruben Loftus-Cheek in his old locker

Terry described Loftus-Cheek as 'the stiffest man alive' on the note, which Loftus-Cheek kept

Terry described Loftus-Cheek as 'the stiffest man alive' on the note, which Loftus-Cheek kept

Terry was seen in training at Stamford Bridge as he prepares to play in Soccer Aid 2019

CONFIRMED SOCCER AID STARS 2019 

England legends: John Terry, David Seaman, Jamie Carragher, Glen Johnson, Michael Owen, Katie Chapman, Rachel Yankey, Jamie Redknapp, Joe Cole

England celebrities: Mark Wright, Sir Mo Farah, Ben Shepherd, Joe Wicks, Danny Jones, Robbie Williams, David Harewood, Lee Mack, Marvin Humes, Ant Middleton.

Rest of the World legends: Didier Drogba, Eric Cantona, Ricardo Carvalho, Robbie Keane, Michael Essien, Robert Pires, Roberto Carlos.

Rest of the World

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