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Terry - We've not been good enough

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John Terry has admitted Chelsea's players need to "hold their hands up" over the demise of Andre Villas-Boas.

The Blues are still coming to terms with the Sunday sacking of their manager, with captain Terry having broken his silence on the matter. Player power was said to have been one of the factors in the downfall of Villas-Boas and captain Terry admitted Chelsea's squad needed to look in the mirror.

He told Chelsea TV: "Sad for Andre, because unfortunately it falls on his head, when I think the players would hold their hands up and say, 'Clearly, we've not been good enough and we all made mistakes together'."

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