In a shocking revelation, a Chelsea youngster has confirmed that John Terry is a good teammate.
Much has been made about Rio Ferdinand's refusal to wear a 'Kick It Out' t-shirt last weekend in warmups prior to facing Stoke City. Rio, along with his brother Anton, have issued a joint statement on 'Kick It Out' and the state of ant-racism battle
Richard Keys of TalkSport is claiming that Chelsea captain John Terry will not appeal the four-match ban handed down by the FA over the Anton Ferdinand racial abuse case.
According to Dan Levene, the FA's approach to the John Terry case clashes heavily with the common implementation of UK law, which saw Terry acquitted during his summer trial when malicious intent could not be proven.
If anyone expected the John Terry racial abuse stuff to stop now that he's been found guilty and suspended for four matches by the FA... wrong. Wrong wrong wrong.
FA general secretary Alex Horne has expressed his surprise at John Terry's decision to retire from England duty over the Anton Ferdinand case, claiming that the England setup is an entirely different 'compartment' to the disciplinary committees.
John Terry has been cleared of criminal charges surrounding his alleged racial abuse of Anton Ferdinand, but he's still being charged by the FA.