Spain coach Luis Aragones has won his appeal over a £2,000 fine, awarded against him for making racist remarks about Thierry Henry.
Aragones told Cadena Ser radio station that his lawyer informed him of his success.
“I went to court because it was a stain on my reputation and because the offence did not exist as some judges thought,” said Aragones.
Aragones caused controversy in October 2004 when he was heard in a training session telling striker Jose Antonio Reyes that he was better than “that black shit”, referring to the Spaniard’s Arsenal team mate Henry.
Aragones apologised after widespread condemnation, saying he had not meant to offend anyone and that his conscience was clear.
In November 2004 England’s black players were subjected to racist chanting in a friendly against Spain.