Jose Mourinho was cold to players who picked up injuries at Chelsea, John Terry has revealed
John Terry has spent much of this season on the sidelines for Chelsea with a persistent ankle problem.
The 36-year-old has been restricted to just four Premier League starts for Antonio Conte's side this term.
However, Terry has admitted he is not worried about his time on the treatment table now that Jose Mourinho is no longer at the club.
Jose Mourinho would blank Chelsea players on the treatment table
As the Blues captain has revealed the now-Manchester United boss could be extremely cold with players who were laid off with injuries.
"If you picked up a knock and missed a day’s training he [Mourinho] would come in and he wouldn’t speak to you," Terry told BT Sport.
"He would walk straight past you on the treatment table.
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"But you’re sitting there as captain of the football club, you come in kind of looking for the high five from the gaffer.
"You don’t get it, he blanks you and he says to the physio, while you’re there so he knows what he’s doing, ‘how long?’
"And the physio would say, ‘couple of days’ and he’d just walk out."