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The Reason John Terry Signed One Year Contract Extension at Chelsea?

Captain John Terry was set to quit Stamford Bridge three months ago as he was not offered a new contract and the England International admitted he would have loved to stay at the club longer. "Ideally, I would have loved to stay, but the club's moving in a different direction," he was quoted by  BBC Sport  in February. He further stated he couldn't play for another Premier League club pointing out "It will be elsewhere for sure." The Chelsea legend, who made 33 appearances in the 2015/16 season and scored one goal in the 3-3 draw against Everton, has been rewarded with one year contract extension, putting to bed the speculation about where his future lies. And John Terry expressed his delight at staying at the club one year longer. He told the club website: "I am delighted to sign a new contract with the club. Everyone knows I'm Chelsea through and through. "I am looking forward to next season under the new manager a

How Hillary Clinton's Support of Fracking Revolution Spelt Doom for the Nigerian Economy

Hillary Clinton's support of fracking - a technique in which rock is fractured by pressurised liquid in deep rock formation to enhance free flow of petroleum - and other trade policies have become leverage of a backlash by the Republicans.  Sen. Bernie Sanders, in an interview with NBC's "Meet the Press", stated that Mrs Clinton's votes in favour of "virtually" every trade agreement had cost most Americans millions of jobs. He also stated that Clinton's continued support of fracking despite its environmental implications meant that she would emerge the kind of president Americans never wanted. Sanders was of the view that 'hydraulic fracturing' pollutes fresh water and the environment in its entirety. Although his claim may be a subject of debate especially in view of the relative gains of fracking compared with the inherent environmental hazards.  Contrary to Mr Sanders' perception, Catherine Hausman and Ryan Kellog disclos