Bob Terry avoids FA punishment more than Chelsea substitution

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John Terry played his final sport for Chelsea in a 5-1 conquer in May  Terry arrived off in the 26th moment –  a move that coincided with his shirt number Chelsea team-mates formed a guard of honor in an orchestrated move  Disciplinary chiefs probed the substitution after wagers were paid out over it

By

Sami Mokbel for the Every day Mail


Published:
22: 37 BST, 31 This summer 2017

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Updated:
00: 15 BST, one August 2017

John Terry has escaped punishment right after the Football Association completed their own investigation into his farcical replacement against last season.

Disciplinary chiefs probed Terry’s now notorious 26th minute substitution in their final appearance at Stamford Link in May – but the particular case has been closed with out charge.

Terry and Chelsea concocted the plan to be changed in the 26th minute in order to coincide with the defender’s team number.

John Terry has avoided FA punishment over his final Chelsea substitution for the club

John Terry has avoided FA punishment more than his final Chelsea substitution intended for the club

The Chelsea legend was replaced on the final day of last season in the 26th minute

The Chelsea legend was replaced on the particular final day of last period in the 26th minute

In the times after the match, bookmaker Paddy Power confirmed three punters acquired been paid a combined complete of a minimum of £3, 500 right after accepting bets on the particular time Terry will be substituted in 100-1 – sparking the FA’s probe.

Intriguingly, the state Twitter web page of popular Chelsea fanzine cfcuk correctly predicted Terry’s 26th moment substitution just over 30 moments before kick-off.

However, the FA have cleared Terry, who became a member of Aston Villa this summer, associated with any wrongdoing in relation in order to the spot-fixing allegation with disciplinary chiefs finding no evidence that will the bets were linked in order to Terry or anyone at Chelsea.

Meanwhile, the FA’s new retrospective laws with regard to scuba diving is going to be enforced on Friday 7 days.

Terry was replaced by Gary Cahill during the Blues' 5-1 win over Sunderland at Stamford Bridge

Terry was changed by Gary Cahill during the particular Blues’ 5-1 win over at Stamford Bridge

Players now encounter a two-match retrospective ban when they are caught diving : and the new rules may kick into action for Leicester’s trip to Arsenal on August 11.

The FA are currently finalising a pool of up in order to 14

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