Stamford Bridge captain set to find out his fate.
The Crown Prosecution Service is expected to announce today whether England captain John Terry will be charged with the alleged racial abuse of QPR’s Anton Ferdinand.
The CPS will make a statement this afternoon over the alleged comments to the Queens Park Rangers defender while Terry was playing for Chelsea in a Barclays Premier League match at Loftus Road on October 23.
The news comes days after new footage was handed to prosecutors, who have been considering whether there is enough evidence to bring charges against the footballer.
SOURCE: Daily Mirror
Given to the ban handed to Liverpool striker Luis Suarez last night many are expecting that if found guilty of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand, Chelsea captain John Terry can expect a similar punishment. The FA are sure to take the lead on any potential punishment from the Crown Prosecution Service, i.e. if the CPS finds the England skipper guilty then they will act accordingly and hand the centre back a ban, if he is found innocent then in many ways the FA’s job is already done and no ban is likely.