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John Terry

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Current contract ends at the close of the 2013/2014 season.

April 10, 2014    John Terry News

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Terry suffered a foot injury in Tuesday's Champions League match against Paris Saint-Germain and will have a late fitness test ahead of Sunday's Premier League match against Swansea, the Daily Star reports.

Terry has had an excellent season for the Blues under Jose Mourinho, experiencing a bit of a career-renaissance. While Swansea have plenty of offensive weapons, Sunday's match could surely be a clean sheet for Chelsea based on their excellent defensive tendencies.

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February 27, 2014

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Premier League officials have rescinded Terry's last-gasp goal against Everton last weekend, awarding it to Frank Lampard instead, the Daily Mail reports.

Frank Lampard's free kick appeared to go off of Everton keeper Tim Howard without Terry touching the ball, although the defender reacted as if he flicked it, and even said after the match that he did. However, replays showed that he did not, and the goal has been awarded to Lampard, with his assist also being removed.

February 23, 2014

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Terry scored three minutes into extra time to give Chelsea a 1-0 win over Everton on Saturday at Stamford Bridge.

Terry's goal was the slightest of flicks off a Frank Lampard free kick, which knocked off Everton keeper Tim Howard and into the goal. There were questions about whether Terry touched the ball or not, which would have resulted in a goal for Lampard, or even an own goal for Howard, but the decision was ultimately made that Terry did touch it. He had just returned from a muscle injury, and stepped up big with a goal and a clean sheet.

February 21, 2014

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Terry (muscle injury) has been deemed fit for Saturday's Premier League match against Everton, Sky Sports reports.

Terry will most likely head right back into the starting XI for the Blues, especially considering David Luiz will miss out with a muscle injury of his own.

February 10, 2014

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho confirmed Monday that Terry (muscle injury) is out for Tuesday's match at West Brom.

Terry was held out of Saturday's win over Newcastle and remains sidelined as a result. The Chelsea defense has been excellent as of late, and Terry will miss out on another solid clean sheet opportunity.

January 27, 2014

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Chelsea may offer Terry a coaching role to tempt him to commit his remaining years to the club as the pair begin discussions about a new contract, reports the Daily Mail.

Terry has said that he wants to move into management when he stops playing, and if currently seeking a UEFA 'B' license. His current contract with Chelsea is due to expire at the end of the current season.

December 1, 2013

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Terry scored in the 62nd minute of Chelsea's 3-1 win over Southampton on Sunday.

Terry headed home a Juan Mata pass to give Chelsea the lead for good Sunday after giving up a goal just 13 seconds into the match. Terry has been surprisingly good this season for Chelsea, as he's clearly stepped it up with new-again manager Jose Mourinho.

November 20, 2013

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England manager Roy Hodgson insisted that he will not recall Terry from international retirement despite calls for the side to improve their defensive woes, reports the Mirror.

England lost both of their friendly matches to Chile and Germany, generating intense criticism from fans. Hodgson said that he is focused on continuing to develop the side that qualified for next summer's World Cup, without asking Terry back.