Chelsea legend snubs Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil in his Team of the Year

Chelsea's defender John Terry receives a red card from Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir

Chelsea legend unintentionally – or intentionally – sparked controversy after deciding to leave Arsenal star Mesut Ozil out of his PFA team of the year nomination.

Terry shared a picture of his nomination via Instagram and much to the dismay of Gunners fans Ozil was not included in fact not one Arsenal player was named.

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Terry picked a whopping seven Leicester City players in his side, one player from West Ham, one from Tottenham, one from Southampton and one from Manchester United.

The Chelsea defender did not include any players from his own side after a dismal season.

Ozil has of course been in impressive form for the north London based club having provided the highest number of assists in the league (19) and the most chances (119).

The Germany intentional of Turkish origin has also picked up four Arsenal player of the month awards and is expected to win player of the year as well.

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