The game clock should be stopped whenever play is stopped; injuries etc. Then they would not need to calculate how much added time there needs to be. In this case, having recorded the game and watched it again with a stopwatch, I cannot for the life of me understand where six and a half minutes came from.
So, the trial goes ahead and he, John Terry, is found to be innocent of the charges levelled at him (should he ever be allowed a fair trial). It may be his last major International tournament but he has been condemned out of hand. What does he get then - AN APOLOGY? Some bloody use that would be.