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Terry cleared in racial abuse case

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John Terry has been found not guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence, Westminster Magistrates Court has announced this afternoon.

The Chelsea captain had rejected accusations he abused QPR defender Anton Ferdinand, insisting he was sarcastically repeating a racial slur.

Fabio Capello is in talks coach the Russia national team, with the former England manager meeting officials in Moscow yesterday.

Brendan Rodgers is set to make his first signing as LIverpool manager after the club agreed a fee with Roma for Italian striker Fabio Borini.

TRANSFER NEWS

In today's transfer news, Newcastle are close to signings France and Lille left-back Mathieu Debuchy after his impressive Euro 2012. (Sky Sports)

Real Madrid are close to signing Tottenham's Luka Modric for £35m, with Andre Villas-Boas targeting Joao Moutinho as his replacement. (Goal.com)

Fulham are ready to offer £9m plus Clint Dempsey in exchange for Andy Carroll, who looks set to leave Anfield. (The Guardian)

 



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