In the last game between Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday, information has it that the Aston Villa’s Skipper, John Terry suffers a suspected broken metatarsal and Aston Villa must wait on the full diagnosis of John Terry’s injury.
Terry plays for and captains Championship club Aston Villa and had played every minute of Villa’s 16 matches in the Championship this season, following his summer arrival on a free transfer from Chelsea. He commonly plays as a centre-back. He was previously captain of Chelsea and the England national team.
According to BBC Sport, the interview Aston Villa Boss Bruce granted them says;
“It doesn’t look good for John,” Villa boss Bruce told BBC WM.
“We don’t yet know the extent but he’s gone to the hospital for scans and x-rays.”
Terry, 36, had played every minute of Villa’s 16 matches in the Championship this season, following his summer arrival on a free transfer from Chelsea. It was his 514th league game of a career in which he has made 739 club appearances and won 78 caps for England. Villa lost the game 2-1, their first home defeat in the Championship this season.
Bruce added: “It was an awful afternoon compounded by the loss of Snoddy and John. “I took a calculated gamble with Snoddy as he wanted to play. But he’d cracked a couple of ribs and you could see he was in discomfort “He was upset when he came off but that’s typically Snoddy. I know from personal experience it’s not easy playing with injections and strapping.”