Bridge’s spat with Terry was huge news seven years ago following claims that the then England captain had engaged in sexual relations with Bridge’s ex-partner Vanessa Perroncel.
In February 2010 Bridge’s Manchester City travelled to Terry’s Chelsea in the Premier League, with the build-up dominated by speculation surrounding the pre-match handshakes.
Bridge famously refused Terry’s hand prior to kick-off and the entire saga still plays on the 36-year-old’s mind.
“The most disappointing aspect of it all is that I’m probably more famous for not shaking someone’s hand than I am for playing football,” Bridge told The Sun.
“I get abuse walking down the street now and I let it go in one ear and out the other. It’s a handshake after all, nothing more.
“It’s so hard for me to talk about the scenario because there would be other stuff to divulge. But what I will say is that I could not believe the atmosphere at the game that day and the reaction of my team-mates, in the build up to the match and during.”
City went on to win the game 4-2, with Carlos Tevez and Craig Bellamy both scoring twice at Stamford Bridge to shock the eventual Premier League champions.
Wayne Bridge was speaking on behalf of online betting site BetStars