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John Terry: Day Four Of FA Racism Hearing
Chelsea captain John Terry will return to Wembley today for the fourth and probably final day of his FA disciplinary hearing.
The 31-year-old defender denies using a racist slur during a confrontation with QPR player Anton Ferdinand at Loftus Road last October.
He was found not guilty of the same charge at Westminster Magistrates Court in July.
On Sunday evening Terry announced that he was quitting international football because the FA charge against him made his position "untenable".
The Chelsea captain has spent every day this week at Wembley defending himself before a four-man independent regulatory panel.
He played in Tuesday night's 6-0 League Cup demolition of Wolves and is aiming to feature against Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday.
Throughout the hearing this week Terry has been accompanied by Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck.
It is understood that former England manager Fabio Capello has sent a statement in support of his former captain.
The tribunal is being held behind closed doors, with Terry represented by George Carter-Stephenson QC, the same defence barrister who represented him during the criminal case two months ago.
During the week-long trial at Westminster Magistrates Court Terry's defence was bolstered by team-mate Ashley Cole, who gave evidence in his favour.
Once the FA panel has heard all the evidence they will then retire to consider their verdict, which will be delivered in a written statement.