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Chelsea captain signs new one-year deal

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Chelsea captain John Terry has signed an extension to his contract which will keep him at the club until at least 2015, reports BBC Sport.

The 33-year-old joined as a youth player from West Ham and made his Chelsea debut in 1998.

Terry has made over 600 appearances for the club, winning three Premier League titles, five FA Cups, two League Cups and the Champions League in 2012.

The once-England captain's original deal was due to expire this summer, however, it's now confirmed that he will stay with the club until at least 2015.

The centre-back made 34 appearances for the Blues this season, scoring twice to help Jose Mourinho's side to a 3rd place finish in the Premier League and a semi-final spot in the Champions League.

Terry and Co. will now be hoping to gain silverware in the up coming 2014/15 campaign. 

Chelsea fans: Are you happy that Terry will remain your captain for another year? Have your say below! 

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