Terry 'interviewed by police' over race allegations
England football captain John Terry has been questioned in relation to allegations that he racially abused Anton Ferdinand, the BBC has reported.
Terry, 30, who is also Chelsea’s skipper, denies aiming a racist slur at the QPR player in a game on 23 October.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed that a “30-year-old man was interviewed under caution on Friday 25 November. He was not arrested”.
The Football Association is also looking into the incident.
Some members of the public claimed video replays from the match at Loftus Road showed Terry using racist language, while The FA said it had received a complaint.
The FA’s investigation into the allegation cannot be completed until the outcome of the police investigation.
From BBC Sport