John Terry's behaviour would have been applauded elsewhere, says Sepp Blatter
Fabio Capello axed the Chelsea captain of the England armband last Friday over allegations that he had an extramarital affair with Wayne Bridge's ex-partner but Terry has had support from an unlikely quarter. Blatter, in Vancouver for the International Olympic Committee's session, joked that in "Latin" countries such as France, Italy and Spain, Terry's conduct may not have been considered a problem. Related ArticlesChelsea give Terry compassionate leaveEverton 2 Chelsea 1Terry may skip Cardiff FA Cup tieAncelotti defends decision to stand by TerryCapello sets conditions on talking to BridgeRelief for Terry as scandal subsides"Listen, this is a special approach in the Anglo-Saxon countries. If this had happened in let's say Latin countries then I think he would have been applauded," Blatter said. Terry was sacked by Capello after a brief meeting with the England manager last week. The 29 year-old has now been given time off by Chelsea to address the issues in his personal life and will miss his side's FA Cup tie against Cardiff this weekend.
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