Chelsea chairman Buck apologises to QPR defender Ferdinand

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has apologised to QPR defender Anton Ferdinand and his family for the John Terry episode.

Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has apologised to QPR defender Anton Ferdinand and his family for the John Terry episode.

Terry was suspended for four matches and fined £220,000 by the Football Association for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand during a Premier League game between QPR and Chelsea 12 months ago.

Buck said: "I understand, and as a club we understand, what they have gone through since a year ago and Chelsea Football Club would like to apologise to them. It has been a very difficult year for them and they didn't do anything wrong. And we are sorry."

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