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JT Pleads NOT Guilty


One England Captain

By Since66
February 1 2012

So it is official. An unknown person from  Shepherd Bush complained to the authorities regarding 'One England Captain' John Terry allegedly racially 'abusing' QPR's Anton Ferdinand on video and this morning via his team of  lawyers, JT enters a plea of Not Guilty at Westminster Magistrates Court.

A trial date of Monday 9th July has been set.

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JT Pleads NOT Guilty
Discussion started by 50 Years Over 100 Years , 01/02/2012 11:21
50 Years Over 100 Years
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dixon9
04/02/2012 08:25
It's a disgrace!

The FA are spineless and the media rule football.

I've ALWAYS loved England and keenly followed England games (like most Chelsea supporters) but the combination of the above and the clapping seal mindless England fans are beginning to make me lose interest.

I'm even half hoping JT turns round and retires from England football.

Capello has also now been totally undermined. The FA have just made things worse.



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"It is born out of hypocrisy and fundamental insecurity. There have been two kids on the block for the past 12 years. Suddenly, there is a third and that one is threatening to be more successful than the others and they donít like it." P Kenyon.



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dixon9
04/02/2012 08:49
Superb Martin Samuel article:

LINK



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"It is born out of hypocrisy and fundamental insecurity. There have been two kids on the block for the past 12 years. Suddenly, there is a third and that one is threatening to be more successful than the others and they donít like it." P Kenyon.

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