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John Terry keen to prolong Chelsea stay

Chelsea captain John Terry reiterated his desire to extend his contract with the Premier League champions on Sunday, a week after announcing he would leave at the season’s end. Diego Costa struck in injury time to rescue a point in a 1-1 draw against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, with Terry after the game again making clear his wish to stay at Chelsea. “It’s...
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Reaction to John Terry leaving Chelsea

John Terry, the last remaining member of the spine that led Chelsea to their first Champions League, will part ways with his boyhood club at the end of the season. Questionable decision by Chelsea? Absolutely, but it’s not surprising. Leave it to Roman Abramovich and the board to jettison the man dubbed Mr. Chelsea during a time of turmoil. The Blues currently sit in the bottom...
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John Terry explains why he decided to leave Chelsea

John Terry explains why he decided to leave Chelsea - originally posted on Chelsea captain John Terry has revealed the club’s decision to allow their new manager to decide whether to hand him a one year contract forced him to announce his decision to leave the Premier League champions in the summer. The Blues registered a crushing 5-1 victory over MK Dons in the...
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Chelsea give captain John Terry hope of new deal

Chelsea captain John Terry may yet be offered a new deal despite announcing his departure from the club, a spokesman for the Premier League champions said. Terry, 35, said on Sunday that he will leave Chelsea when his current deal expires at the end of the season because the club have not offered him a new contract. But a Chelsea spokesman said late on Sunday: “John requested a...
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John Terry: The reason why I decided to leave Chelsea after 18 years

Chelsea defender John Terry says the club's decision to move in a "different direction" is the reason why he will leave the club next summer. The Englishman joined the Blues at the age of 14, becoming one of the most important players in the history of the club. He confirmed that he will not join […]
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‘No fairytale’ as John Terry announces Chelsea exit

Chelsea captain John Terry dropped a bombshell on Sunday by announcing he will leave at the end of the season after the club decided not to renew his contract. “I was in (for talks) last week before the Arsenal game and it is not going to be extended,” Terry, 35, told reporters after his side’s 5-1 win at second-tier Milton Keynes Dons in the FA Cup fourth round. “It’s...
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John Terry’s memorable European moments

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Chelsea will not renew John Terry’s contract

John Terry’s 19 year career with Chelsea will come to an end this season as it was revealed that Chelsea will not renew Terry’s contract. It is the latest sign in the current revamp of Chelsea FC, who is currently struggling in the bottom half of the Premier League table. Terry will leave as one of the best defenders in English National Team and Chelsea history. In 477 appearances...
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Terry rescues Chelsea with late equalizer in thrilling Everton draw

Everton and Chelsea drew 3-3 in a match that went from snoozer to blockbuster, with four second-half goals fired in in a fifteen-minute stretch. Gerard Deulofeu and Ramiro Funes Mori connected in the final minute of regulation off a corner kick, only to see John Terry rescue the point in the final minute of stoppage time.The result keeps Guus Hiddink unbeaten as Chelsea’s manager...
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VIDEO: John Terry scores own goal, Mirallas scores beauty

Chelsea got off to an inauspicious start in their game against Everton at Stamford Bridge. In a game where they hoped to get three points off a struggling Everton team and get over their own struggles, captain John Terry put in the first goal of the game into his own net. A rather typical own goal as Terry tried to clear the cross and instead deflected the ball into his own net...
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