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Chelsea captain John Terry has been handed a four-game ban and fined 220 thousand pounds by the FA following a clash with QPR defender Anton Ferdinand last year.


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Chelsea captain John Terry's been handed -- fought game -- and I'm -- 220000. Pounds by the FA. Following a class with keep young defender and so on Ferdinand nausea. Could not accused -- -- abusing him when Chelsea and keep the top of the Premier League match last November up a play that Terry has continually tonight. The 31 year old was creative any wrongdoing by magistrates in June but English football's governing body has since taken matches since that run kinds. Terry is understood to be disappointed that a different conclusion is reached on in the -- not guilty verdict. Terry quit in the national football on Sunday with this week's -- you to stop the next day citing his relationship with the FA as untenable. Terry has already in -- with a strained relationship with the FA they stripped him at the England captaincy and yet this year and lots of Ferdinand on occasions. The blues skipper has fourteen days during which to make it a pale and his full -- suspension will not take effect until he decides what course of action to take. That means he'll be available for sacks they -- to Arsenal as Chelsea that to extend their lead at the top of the present unique.

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