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Chelsea will take action against John Terry after he was found guilty of racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand while the FA also fined Ashley Cole for his Twitter outburst.


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Here's what you miss by not watching fox soccer news last night. Just -- a full calendar year later the John Terry sag -- finally appears to be over the Chelsea captain. Deciding not to appeal his four match -- and 220000. Pound fine. For racially abusing QB ER defender Anton Ferdinand now the punishment will go into effect immediately. Terry had until noon Thursday to contest. The sanction. These 31 year old found guilty by a football association of using a racial slur towards Ferdinand during a Premier League match at Loftus road. In October 2011 -- We'll now that Saturday match against Tottenham at white Hart lane -- matches against Manchester United and one against want to city. Momentarily had to say wanna take this opportunity to apologize to everyone for the language I used except the language I used regardless. All the contacts. It is not acceptable on the football field or indeed in any walk of like my response -- below the level expected. Like Chelsea FC and by me it will not happen again. Chelsea then issuing this statement John Terry has made the correct decision by not appealing. Club firmly believes such language is not acceptable and fell below the standards expected of -- as the Chelsea player. Reporters taken further disciplinary action. Chelsea's discipline with undisclosed but terrible retain as. Captaincy -- former manager now head of Chelsea's opponents this weekend Andre -- bullish spoke on the impact of Terry's loss. Epstein took on that -- is that an extremely could play. Experienced player. And Chelsea's captain and you know play of this conventional wisdom bones and some truly missed. All right if you believe -- -- -- finally semi closure on this story's been going on for a little while wait too long and and Terry finally says salary. Back I think your -- very happy he's gonna lose that game against man united it is -- very real real for months ago the broader obviously. That was part of it should. Does look very very good display you felt conduct by Ian and Terry former captain you won two national team. And showed some remorse. A big question I was what what what is -- you're doing it and remove his arm that is what we -- pick up before games that's. That's a big thing of people waiting for because it's a confidential. -- kind of sanction if you're an out there's a lot of people worry about the behavior respect for sure isn't that that -- has dealt with this case the last few months. Yeah you would figure -- PR purposes and they would do something that was more than just a slap on the wrist sort of speak in the games that he will mess. Here's a big ones here this could be some neck and can hurt his clubs are going to be self induced punishment as well guarded it. It really true to me you get. David Luiz right now one of their center -- really needs from him. The forefront. -- -- the team going forward that does well but there will miss very very good player and John -- so early in the race BC especially with. Next picture from a taut them at home against Chelsea as should be very interest to see how how big deal with their leader their captain former captain you know without him and pitch. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- It's it's saying if you return and move -- the captain of this team will be team member. And you play as hard as you can obviously but it's. You're not gonna. You're not gonna lead this team any more pressure on the fast as. They'll forces in a decision that you are not the guy that needs to lead this team going forward. The right that's one down meanwhile Terry's teammate Ashley Cole is also feeling is staying. I'm the F -- disapproval. On Thursday Cole was fine 90000. Pounds for insulting the governing body in an offensive Twitter. -- school tweet of the comments in the wake of Terry's guilty verdict. He later apologized for the comments would they written statement and then deleted. That week besides the fine CFA also won the defender. About his future conduct. Talk about how long that -- story went on is that this one going to be said and done now what this will this be the end of it. There it's pretty interest and are both coincide as saying that it's Yeltsin wants to move on the F Frey wants to move on. -- first players want to move on as well I think the sincere apology from from actually called the FA coming down on him. -- harder than any other player you know in in the game in England so I think he's learned his lesson. And as we said about this whole soccer it's hard for -- as we -- Two to move on as well which is Chelsea and also with losing his career going one shy of our cap to get. Join -- for Fox News every night at 10 PM.

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