Wednesday, October 26, 2011

John Terry will play against Spain despite the accusation of racism

The English captain, John Terry , will continue playing while the investigation is underway into alleged racist abuse, so you can play a friendly against Spain scheduled for November 12. The Federation of British Football (FA) considers Terry "innocent until proven guilty," according to British media collected after last night starting a process to clarify the incident between Chelsea player and Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during last Sunday's game. The central Chelsea, 30, faces a penalty of sports authorities and an investigation by Scotland Yard after an anonymous English captain to denounce the British police.

Terry denied having insulted Ferdinand, after it became public a video showing the Chelsea player passing by his rival and saying a phrase that has been interpreted as a racist remark. His coach, Portuguese André Villas-Boas , Terry said he is "a player to represent England at the highest international level" and said he believes the player's version, which holds that it is a "misunderstanding." expected that the investigation of the Federation several weeks, so Terry will face Spain at Wembley when England coach, Fabio Capello, not included in the rotations that have international matches scheduled for November. In the process, ask the Federation both Terry as "key witnesses "as his team-mate Ashley Cole, and take into account the video by the controversy that erupted on Sunday.


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