John Terry leaves Wembley early on the fourth day of the FA's hearing into the Anton Ferdinand race row.
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Chelsea captain John Terry has left Wembley on the fourth day of the FA's hearing into the alleged racial abuse of Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand.
The 31-year-old left just before midday, followed by Blues chairman Bruce Buck.
It is unclear as to why Terry has left so early, with some believing that the hearing may be over and a verdict imminent.
Terry was cleared of racially-motivated public order offence in a magistrates' court in July.
Ferdinand had accused him of calling him a "fucking black cunt" when the two sides met in October of 2011.
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