Ex-Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has added his support to former England captain John Terry.
Terry was banned for four matches and fined £220,000 after being found guilty of racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand by a Football Association independent regulatory commission.
A number of people within the game have backed Terry and Ancelotti has joined those supporting the Chelsea legend.
"It is unbelievable - John Terry doesn't deserve this," said Ancelotti to EPSN Star.
"I cannot understand how the FA can make a different decision. I think that it is really strange.
"He has a really fantastic relationship with everyone. I am sure he is not racist - 100 per cent."
Terry quit England on the eve of his FA hearing and Ancelotti cannot see him coming back, adding: "I don't think he'll come back to play for England and I think that is a good decision.
"It is a bad thing for England, for sure, because John Terry did a lot of things for the national team."