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Azpilicueta keen to be next Chelsea captain after skippering them into the FA Cup final

Date Posted,April 23, 2017

Cesar Azpilicueta has admitted he would love to be Chelsea ’s next captain and lead the club to a new era of success.

Defender Azpilicueta wore the armband for the FA Cup semi-final win over Spurs at Wembley on Saturday with club captain John Terry on the bench as his summer exit looms and regular stand-in Gary Cahill also out recovering from illness.

With the Blues on the verge of winning the Double and the 27-year-old Spain international said: “I am ready for whatever the club decides.

Captain, leader, legend… spectator — Terry watched the Wembley win from the bench (Photo: Action Images via Reuters)

“Now JT is leaving, they will make a decision. I wore the armband at Wembley. It was a special moment for me and I am proud of it.

“Gary is the second captain now.

“The club will make the decision. Obviously, JT is a big loss. We will miss him but other players have to take more responsibility to lead the team.

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