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John Terry

33-Year-Old Defender     Chelsea  Premier


Birthdate:  December 7, 1980    Birthplace:  Barking, England    Nationality:  England    Height:  6' 2"    Show ContractHide Contract


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Current contract ends at the close of the 2014/2015 season.

October 5, 2014    John Terry News

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Terry had six successful clearances and picked up his third straight clean sheet in all competitions during Chelsea's 2-0 win over Arsenal on Sunday.

Terry continues to be a rock in the Chelsea defense, and after starting the season rather leaky, they appear to be in solid control of the attacking area. Up next is a trip to Crystal Palace after the international break before a road game at Manchester United on Oct. 26.

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John Terry: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

September 28, 2014

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Terry recorded his second clean sheet of the Premier League season during Chelsea's 3-0 win over Aston Villa on Saturday.

While he's not a prolific scorer, Terry is still looking for his first goal of the year, while the clean sheet was only his second of the campaign. Up next in Premier League play is a home game against Arsenal, though that will be preceded by a Champions League match against Sporting CP on Tuesday.

September 14, 2014

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Terry was hit with an own-goal in the 11th minute of Chelsea's 4-2 win over Swansea City on Saturday.

The Chelsea defense has struggled this season and Terry has yet to find the back of the net himself. Through four games, the Blues have allowed eight goals, with their lone clean sheet coming against Leicester on Aug. 23. The next one isn't likely to come next week, as they travel to the Etihad to take on Manchester City.

August 23, 2014

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Terry got his first clean sheet of the season during Chelsea's 2-0 win over Leicester City on Saturday.

Terry didn't take a single shot during the match and has been overshadowed by Branislav Ivanovic, who had an assist Saturday and a goal last Monday against Burnley. Nevertheless, Terry remains a vital piece of the Chelsea back line, one that is expected to post plenty of clean sheets this season.

May 13, 2014

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Terry signed a one-year contract extension Tuesday, ESPN FC reports.

Terry's contract was set to expire this summer, but he was able to agree to a one-year stay at Stamford Bridge. His career was resurrected this year by manager Jose Mourinho, and he'll likely be a steady piece of the back-line next season.

May 13, 2014

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Chelsea and Terry have agreed to a one-year extension and will play for the side at least one more season, reports the Daily Mail.

Reports suggested that Terry would be forced to take a cut in pay to be able to continue playing, but new information suggests his agreed upon wages will not be too far away from what he is currently paid. This contract will take the veteran defender into his 20th year with the London club.

May 9, 2014

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Terry picked up a knock in training Thursday and he could be held out of Sunday's season-finale at Cardiff City, the club's official web site reports.

The re-arrival of Jose Mourinho last summer completely reinvigorated Terry, who had one of his best seasons to date this year. In all likelihood, he's headed for a contract extension that will keep him at Stamford Bridge for at least one more season.

April 30, 2014

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Terry returned from an ankle injury to start and play all 90 minutes of Chelsea's 1-3 Champions League loss to Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.

Manager Jose Mourinho had originally stated that he thought Terry wouldn't return until the Champions League final, so it was surely good that he was able to return more than three weeks ahead of that timeframe. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to slow the Atleti attack much, and he could be limited in Sunday's match against Norwich after such a grueling midweek performance.