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Chelsea chairman: Terry "can now put his mind to football"

The Chelsea footballer John Terry has been found not guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court of hurling a racist insult at a rival player.

The former England captain was alleged to have made the remark to the Queen's Park Rangers player Anton Ferdinand in October 2011.

He denied the charges.

Chelsea's chairman Bruce Buck said he welcomed the acquittal.

  • 13 Jul 2012
  • From the section UK
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