John Terry has issued a rallying call to his team ahead of their Champions League showdown with Napoli, declaring that it could be one of the greatest nights in Chelsea’s history.
The Blues trail 3-1 from the first leg in Naples, where Juan Mata’s goal gave them a fighting chance of progressing to the quarter-finals in tonight’s second leg.
And skipper Terry believes he and interim boss Roberto Di Matteo can lead them to a famous victory.
“It could be one of the great nights of Chelsea’s history and kickstart our run-in to the season,” he said.
“In Robbie and I you won’t find two people who care more about this club. We both represent Chelsea and have blue blood.
“We’ll get that fiery atmosphere in the dressing room and then take it on to the pitch and hope everyone feeds off that. We’re determined to make things happen.”