Ashley Cole's England career could be in jeopardy after he posted an abusive message on Twitter in response to a document released by the FA today.
The report outlined in detail why the organisation had suspended John Terry for four matches and fined him £20,000 for racially abusing QPR player Anton Ferdinand.
The 63 page document released today is available on the organisations website.
The independent Football Association regulatory commission said there were discrepancies in Cole's initial statement to FA interviewers of what he heard Anton Ferdinand say to Terry compared to a later statement.
Cole responded on his official Twitter account this earlier saying : "Hahahahaa, well done #fa I lied did I, #BUNCHOFT****".
The tweet was subsequently taked down.
The Chelsea and England left-back's evidence proved crucial to Terry in his acquittal at Westminster Magistrates Court in July, but the FA commission last week banned Terry for four matches for racially abusing Ferdinand.