John Terry denies the charge of directing racist abuse of defender Queens Park
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John Terry denies the charge of directing racist abuse of defender Queens Park

London : United Kingdom | Feb 01, 2012 at 9:51 AM PST
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Denied Chelsea captain and England, John Terry, on Wednesday before a court in Britain charged with directing racist statements in the Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand in a Premier League matches.

The Terry defense before the court announced his client's innocence before the Court of Westminster, in the case where he faces Terry penalty to impose a fine of £ 2,500.

The Public Prosecution in Britain has accused in last December by Terry «damage to public security because of racist statements directed to the glaring» Ferdinand by insulting one of the matches in the Premier League on 23 October.

Adopted by the Attorney General to direct the charge on a video showing Terry directs a fellow racist statements against Ferdinand, Terry, but denied the validity of this command.

After knowing the charges against him, Terry said «I have been involved in campaigns against racism and I think that this has no place among us .. I am disappointed by this decision and will fight with all my strength in order to prove my innocence ».

The case against Terry after he was punished by the FA Cup , Luis Suarez Liverpool striker banned for eight matches and fined 40 thousand pounds on charges of racist statements directed against the leader Patrice Evra of Manchester United.

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Queens Park Rangers' Anton Ferdinand and Chelsea's John Terry run for the ball during their FA Cup soccer match at Loftus Road in London
Queens Park Rangers' Anton Ferdinand and Chelsea's John Terry run for the ball during their FA Cup soccer match at Loftus Road in London
Abdel Fattah Hussein is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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