The John Terry decision

JT jumped before he was pushed

September 24, 2012
By Harry Harris, Football Correspondent
(Archive)
JT's QC knew the score. FA disciplinary hearings have become mini court cases, with counsel, disclosure, phone records and cross-examination - the legal works.

So it is fair to assume that John Terry's advisors suspected an unfavourable verdict might be in the pipeline.

Having researched the situation prior to Terry's announcement, I knew - as indeed the Chelsea captain did - that the next hearing, behind closed doors at Wembley with the FA board and England manager Roy Hodgson, ...

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