Terry removed as captain

The Football Association is set to remove the England captaincy from John Terry. It would be the second time Terry, 31, has been stripped of the captaincy. He is due to stand trial in July over racial abuse allegations after an incident with QPR’s Anton Ferdinand. The Chelsea defender has entered a plea of not guilty to the charge.
Capello has until now maintained the position that Terry is innocent until proven guilty and that he should be free to select him as his captain until his trial is over.
The FA has been forced to act after Terry’s case was adjourned until 9 July – a week after the Euro 2012 finals end – ensuring that the affair will dominate the build-up to the championships.
Some board members have lobbied him to take decisive action to ensure the FA is not accused of being weak on racism. Black players within the England squad have also been putting pressure on the Professional Footballers’ Association to take a stronger stance on Terry.
This is believed to have also played a part in forcing the FA to act.

Terry was previously stripped of the captaincy when Capello removed him from the role in February 2010 following allegations he had an affair with an England team-mate’s ex-girlfriend.John terry

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