Stamford Bridge skipper set for FA and Police verdict.
Police believe there is enough evidence to charge John Terry for racist comments he allegedly made to Anton Ferdinand.
The Chelsea captain is said to have called Ferdinand a ‘f******* black c***’ in last month’s defeat at QPR.
Terry insists his comments have been taken out of context and vehemently denies making racist remarks.
Police have spoken to six Chelsea players about the incident, and are set to file a case to the Crown Prosecution Service, with a source telling the Daily Mirror: ‘There is a feeling among some officers that John Terry has a case to answer.’
SOURCE: Daily Mail
This case has dragged on for an age and one expects a resolution of sorts soon. The Luis Suarez/Patrice Evra saga is beginning to draw to a close, with the Uruguayan being charged by the FA and now it seems that John Terry is set for his verdict and may well be heading for a lengthy ban as well as being charged by the police over his comments to QPR centre back Anton Ferdinand.
This is all of course occurring with the back-drop of FIFA president Sepp Blatter claiming that there is no racism in football!