Terry leaves Wembley

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The verdict on John Terry's charge of using racist language on the pitch is expected later on Thursday after the Chelsea skipper departed from Wembley Stadium.

Terry arrived shortly before 9am for a fourth day before an FA independent regulatory commission and left just before noon. Neither he nor his lawyer George Carter-Stephenson QC made any comment.

The 31-year-old denies a charge that he used a racist slur towards QPR's Anton Ferdinand in October last year. If found guilty, Terry has 14 days from receipt of the written reasons for the decision in which to lodge an appeal. No ban will come into operation until the appeals procedure is complete.

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