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FA give Terry until October18 to appeal ban and fine

FOOTBALL By | October 5th 2012 | 1 min read

The Football Association (FA) have given Chelsea captain John Terry until October 18 to appeal against his four-match ban and fine after they released details of why he was found guilty of racially insulting Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand.

The FA published a 63-page document on Friday explaining their reasons for the ban and 220,000-pound fine imposed last week for the incident that occurred during a Premier League match at QPR's Loftus Road ground last year.

Terry was found not guilty of a racially aggravated offence towards Ferdinand by London magistrates in July.

- Reuters


 

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