Ex-FA boss Lord Triesman cannot understand length of John Terry ban

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Ex-FA boss queries length of Terry ban

Former Football Association chairman Lord Triesman tells BBC Sport's Dan Roan that he cannot understand why John Terry was given a lesser ban than Liverpool's Luis Suarez for racially abusing an opponent.

The Chelsea captain was banned for four games and fined £220,000 for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.

Triesman believes Terry should apologise to Ferdinand and accept his punishment.

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