Chelsea captain John Terry will again attend the Disciplinary Committee of the Football Association (FA). The trial is likely to impose a decision on his case of alleged racism. As you know, Terry, 31, was charged shows action or using abusive words against Anton Ferdinand, during Chelsea competed opponents QPR on October 23, 2011 last.

FA accused Terry had "used racial slurs words or attitude" towards Ferdinand. However, in defense of Terry repeatedly denied using a racist slur as charged FA. During the hearing accompanied by his lawyer Terry, his partner Ashley Cole, and management of one of the leaders Chelsea, Bruce Buck

Courts in London in mid-July 13 ruled that the former England captain, is not guilty of the charges of racism. However, the FA does not consider the decision and still processing Terry with similar allegations.

In the midst of legal proceedings against him, Terry made a startling statement, which announced he will soon retire from the England team. "Faced with the charges despite earlier acquittal in court makes me uncomfortable position," said Terry, not long ago.

Despite the retreat of the national team, Terry will still continue his ball career with Chelsea, which while being on top of the Premier League. Finally, Terry for Chelsea when slaughtering Wolves by a score of 6-0 League Cup. Terry is likely to be played at the Blues, nicknamed Chelsea face Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday.

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