Nothing like a $2 million Ferrari to lift the spirits.
Chelsea captain John Terry has been in the headlines this week, after being taken off at half-time during the London club's humiliating 3-0 defeat by Manchester City. It was the first time manager Jose Mourinho had substituted the veteran defender, suggesting the end of what has been an impressive career could be nigh. While he was obviously gutted sitting on the bench, Terry was able to lift his spirits less than 24 hours after the humbling at the Etihad when his brand new Ferrari 275 was delivered.
We wonder how he cheered himself up after missing the final spot kick in the Champions League final a few years ago. That one had to have hurt. Purchased from high-end car dealer Tom Hartley Junior, the classic would have likely cost in the region of $2 million. He's set the bar pretty high for when he's inevitably axed from the starting eleven.