It would appear that Chelsea supporters have been quick to recognise the FA’s decision this afternoon and have amended their famous banner accordingly. It now reflects John Terry much more accurately — good job guys.
Despite getting a four game ban the racist will probably play against us on Saturday as he decides whether or not to appeal.
It all adds a bit more spice to what will already be a highly-charged encounter as predicted with Drafkings promo code as Chelsea face their first real test of the season. They haven’t played any decent sides yet whereas we have visited Anfield, the Britannia and the Etihad.
Oh, and before all the comments from angry chavs come flooding in blindly defending their captain because he was found not guilty by a magistrate, consider this. The difference between a court ruling and an FA ruling:
It can’t be proved for certain that Terry racially abused Ferdinand (court), but he probably did (FA).
It can’t be proved for certain that Reading won’t win the Premier League, but they probably won’t.
Just because something can’t be proved 100% doesn’t mean it isn’t true. John Terry is as likely to be innocent as Reading are to win the Premier League and I’m delighted justice has been done, although the ban should’ve been doubled given the precedent set by the Suarez case.
Anyway, roll on Saturday, I’m confident of a home win and an enjoyable afternoon abusing scumbag Terry. Captain, Leader, Legend my arse!Follow oohtobeagooner on Facebook and Twitter for more latest Arsenal transfer news, injury news, team news and rumours.