Terry deserves a 2-year contract extension

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This exception to the rule proves it’s time for a rethink at Chelsea

Date: 26th March 2014 at 12:45pm
Written by Cal Byrne

There’s a problem at Chelsea. It’s to do with the rules. The club have been eager to change their reputation for profligacy that they earned during the early Abramovich years and start running things smarter. Chelsea have made a bigger effort than most to comply with Financial Fairplay and have focused their recruitment on young players with high-sell on values. They’ve also created a contract policy that is open in its insistence in only offering one-year extensions to players over the age of 30. While this may be a good general rule to follow, it’s not one that applies to all cases. It certainly doesn’t seem to apply to John Terry. And if a rule no longer makes sense, it should be disregarded. Adhering to it just because you said you would isn’t smart, it’s stupid. John Terry is 33. He’s a 33-year-old ... Read More


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