Stamford Bridge skipper has no plans to quit his country.
John Terry will not retire from international football despite losing the England captaincy, BBC Sport understands.
The Football Association informed the Chelsea defender, 31, he was losing the armband on Friday.
Terry is due to stand trial in July over racial abuse allegations after an incident with QPR’s Anton Ferdinand.
But sources close to Terry have told the BBC he is not considering his international future.
SOURCE: BBC Sport
This has turned into one holy mess that is sure to disrupt England’s hopes of success at the Euro 2012 finals. With Fabio Capello coming out in support of John Terry, and as a result undermining the FA, one wonders how things will work out in the next few weeks.
There is some talk of possible legal action being taken by the FA in relation to Capello’s comments being deemed as a breach of his contract. The FA may well see this as a cheap chance to rescind the Italian’s hefty contract?