Chelsea captain John Terry has reportedly been warned that his time at Stamford Bridge could be over if he is found guilty of racial abuse again in the future.
The European champions chose to issue an internal sanction, reported to be around two weeks’ wages, on the former England captain after he announced that he would not be appealing against the four-match ban issued to him by the Football Association for the incident with Anton Ferdinand last October.
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Terry retired from international football last month citing the FA’s decision to hold an independent enquiry into the Anton Ferdinand race-row, despite a Westminster Magistrates’ Court clearing Terry of all charges, had made his position within the England set-up “untenable”.
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