Uefa regulations may prevent the Blues captain from joining the post-match ceremony due to the suspension he will serve after being sent off against Barcelona in the semi-finalPOLL
Whilst John Terry expressed delight at seeing his Chelsea team-mates reach the Champions League final, there is no doubting the personal disappointment he will be feeling at being suspended for that game.
The knee delivered by Terry to the back of Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez was met with an immediate red card which means the Blues skipper will most likely serve a one-match ban.
Unfortunately for Terry, the suspension brings a further complication. Uefa, according to reports, are reluctant to allow a player serving a ban to join the post-match ceremony and celebrations on the pitch meaning he could be forced to watch on as his team-mates lift the trophy.
Frank Lampard, who will wear the armband as vice-captain, has already stated that he would prefer to see Terry at the centre of the ceremony in the event of a Chelsea victory.
Manchester United, also playing Bayern Munich, found themselves in the same situation in 1999. Roy Keane missed the final due to reaching the yellow card limit in United's semi-final tie against Juventus and had to watch on as Sir Alex Ferguson and stand-in skipper Peter Schmeichel lifted the trophy.
However, Keane and Paul Scholes, who was also suspended, were permitted to hold the trophy in front of the United fans on the pitch after the initial presentation.
So, should Uefa be lenient with Terry and allow the Chelsea captain to lift the trophy if the Blues emerge as victors? Or should the competition organisers stick to their guns?
Alternatively, could Terry be allowed to join the celebrations on the pitch without taking part in the presentation? Should he even be banned from the Allianz Arena entirely?
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