The Chelsea left-back responded to implications his evidence in the John Terry racism trial was changed with a tirade on the social network and is facing a two-week fineAshley Cole has admitted a charge of misconduct following his Twitter outburst against the Football Association.
The Chelsea and England full-back took to the social network after the FA released a report giving details over their investigation into the John Terry racism row.
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Cole backed his team-mate, who was banned for four games, and the report implied that the 31-year-old’s evidence had been changed.
He tweeted: "Hahahahaa, well done #fa I lied did I, #BUNCHOFT***S."
The tweet was later removed but the FA promptly charged the England international, who could pick up his 100th international cap on Tuesday against Poland.
After admitting the charge Cole faces a fine of two-weeks wages, but will not be banned.