sport news John Terry mocked for proudly showing off 'tiny' catch on fishing trip

'Did you buy it from the local fish stall?': John Terry takes to Instagram to proudly show off the fish he caught - and unimpressed fans and former players can't stop mocking his TINY haul John Terry has been mocked for proudly posing with a small fish he had caught The Chelsea legend crouched down for a picture with the fish next to a lake But friends and fans mocked him in reply, with some asking if he bought the fish Terry is desperately trying to save Aston Villa from Premier League relegation 

By Max Winters For Mailonline

Published: 12:09 GMT, 27 February 2020 | Updated: 12:20 GMT, 27 February 2020

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John Terry has fallen victim to some hilarious and light-hearted online trolling after posing proudly with a tiny catch after his most recent fishing trip.

The Aston Villa assistant manger and Chelsea legend tried to show off his angling skills by taking a picture with a fish he had caught.

But his friends and social media followers were quick to call him out for his underwhelming results, with some even suggesting he bought the fish rather than caught it.

John Terry has been mocked for posing with a tiny fish that he caught on a recent trip out

John Terry has been mocked for posing with a tiny fish that he caught on a recent trip out

Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise was among those to poke fun at the Aston Villa No 2

Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise was among those to poke fun at the Aston Villa No 2

A Star Barbers - who occasionally go to Terry's house to give him a hair cut - got involved too

A Star Barbers - who occasionally go to Terry's house to give him a hair cut - got involved too

Former Chelsea team-mate Dennis Wise was among those to comment on

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