Glen Johnson has named Chelsea legend John Terry in his ultimate five-a-side team from his former team-mates.
But there was no place for the Blues’ all-time top goalscorer Frank Lampard, with Johnson not including the Chelsea head coach or Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard in his side.
The former England international was asked by Talksport to pick his ultimate five-a-side team from the players he played alongside during his career, which included spells at West Ham, Chelsea, Portsmouth, Liverpool and Stoke City.
Terry was the sole defender he picked for the team, with former Chelsea midfielder Juan Sebastian Veron the only other player from his time with the Blues selected in the team.
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The rest of the team was made up of players Johnson played alongside at Liverpool, with Spaniard Pepe Reina in goal, Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho as the creative midfielder and Luis Suarez in attack.
And Johnson explained the reasoning behind his decisions when confirming the team on Talksport.
“It’s a powerful five-a-side team,” he said.
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“Obviously five-a-side is different so I’ve gone for small technical players who think on their feet, so that’s the reasoning behind my picks.”
Johnson was asked why he did not pick Lampard’s international team-mate Gerrard, who was captain at Liverpool during his time at Anfield.
In response, Johnson said: “When you have to pick five players it is tough, obviously it’s a different game.
“Stevie is very athletic and quick and powerful, but you don’t need that in five-a-side, so I’ve just gone with small, technical, little superstars.”