John Terry returns to Chelsea after race verdict
John Terry was back at Chelsea on Friday morning for the first time since being found guilty of racist abuse by the FA. The Blues skipper drove into their Cobham training ground at around 9am as he considers an appeal. His 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.
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