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Lineker questions whether or not FA will take action on Chelsea's Terry

Former Tottenham and Barcelona striker Gary Lineker has posed a question to the Football Association relating to the acquittal of John Terry.

The Chelsea captain was today cleared by the Westminster Magistrates' Court of any wrongdoing in regard to a racially aggravated public offence order for alleged racist remarks directed at QPR's Anton Ferdinand.

The FA will now conclude their own case regarding Terry and Lineker suggests if they will throw the book at him like they did with Liverpool's Luis Suarez who received an eight-match ban for alleged racial abuse toward Manchester United's Patrice Evra last season.

"John Terry found not guilty. Wonder if the FA will take any action given similarities to the Suarez affair," he posted on Twitter.

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