John Terry, the former England Captain comes out clear on Friday in the accusion of racial abuse case over Anton Ferdinand player of Queens Park Rangers. The incident of the allegations took place in a match during Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers in October last year. Rumours are that the case was filed because Terry abused Anton using words like “f*ck off”, “f*ck off”, ‘f*cking black c*nt”, and “f*cking nobhead”. All this was a big question. Terry was in deep shock by hearing all this on part of the Prosecutor Duncan Penny. But the initial answer was a denial by Chelsea’s captain John Terry to the false allegations made against him.
But the chief magistrate Howard Riddle finally cleared all the charges over John Terry of racial abuse. John Terry was saved of a certain end to his career by clean chit from the Westminster magistrates court in London on Friday. But this certain decision could have terminated John Terry’s career at Chelsea. To the surprise Chelsea runs a strong anti-racism campaign off ground. This leaves the club with very few options left. Could Chelsea take the risk of terminating their ‘Captain Leader Legend’ or housing a racist in their team? The Blues always stood by the side of their captain Terry.
But at the end the big question remains is that is the game still being played in the right spirit? This is not the first incident of racial abuse. The big tension is the game is under pressure.