John Terry race case: FA find Chelsea captain guilty
John Terry's future is shrouded in uncertainty after he was banned for four matches by the FA and fined a record ?220,000 for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand. Terry expressed his 'disappointment', claiming the verdict went against his acquittal at Westminster Magistrates Court in July. But the FA's independent four-man panel left a significant stain on an already battered reputation. Terry has lost the England captaincy, chosen to retire from international football and seen major sponsors desert him.
Related Chelsea News