The warm embrace between John Terry and ex Chelsea Claude Makelele we all missed during Swansea win





Chelsea’s road to reclaim their position as the top dog’s in England went through a reinvigorated Swansea City side, with the Blues seeing off the Welsh side 3-1.

The win wasn’t without with its flaws and even a little bit of luck, but it was a valuable three points for Antonio Conte’s men nevertheless.

There’s no doubting the fact that the Italian manager has done a stellar job so far during his time at the club. His classy demeanour has helped the Stamford Bridge faithful forget the memories of last season, even though a lot of Chelsea’s bad memories are associated with Jose Mourinho, a man held with high regard in the club’s history.

That being said, there was a moment missed by TV cameras that would have taken the home fans down memory lane. Claude Makelele, who is the assistant manager to Swans manager Paul Clement, was greeted with a hug from Chelsea skipper and ex-teammate John Terry.

See the reunion between the two long-time friends here:




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