The new England manager has only been in the job a matter of weeks and already has a number of massive decisions to make. Allardyce is set to confirm his England captain imminently but there has also been plenty of talk surrounding John Terry.
The former England captain made 78 international appearances between 2003 and 2012 before retiring due to the Anton Ferdinand saga. Terry stated that the FA’s decision to pursue charges against him meant his position with England had become ‘untenable’.
With England’s squad lacking natural leadership and options in defence, many are touting Terry as the perfect solution and he is 4/1 to play for England again. We asked Oddschecker users what they thought...
Sam Allardyce has not ruled out a return to international football for John Terry...— Oddschecker (@Oddschecker) August 23, 2016
What do you think?