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John Terry Trial

If any one has forgotten about the infamous incident at QPR last year in October, then here is a reminder. John Terry is to stand trial next week.

If you want to know further, on the implications of the trial, then check the following links:

A timeline for the incident (via bluechampion on Twitter):

John Terry trial over allegations of racist slur towards Anton Ferdinand set for July 9: timeline ~ Telegraph

A summary:

Good news is, the maximum punishment the court can give John Terry, if proven guilty, is £2500. However, if proven guilty, a lengthy ban from FA and Chelsea FC is to be expected.

As a fan, one can only pray to God, that he is acquitted in this trial.

If you want to give a “Piece of Your Mind” to this writer then:

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