Chelsea captain John Terry has said he's "disappointed" after being found guilty of misconduct following an incident involving
From a human perspective, I have rarely been a big fan of his. But there is a pattern and a level of vituperation for this player that extends from the very top of the game in the form of the FA through to fans and all the way to his fellow professionals. And it smashes all of the principles of natural justice and due process to smithereens.
Former England captain John Terry has retired from international football with immediate effect. The Chelsea defender's FA
Anton Ferdinand today refused to shake the hand of John Terry before the match between QPR and Chelsea at Loftus Road. The
Chelsea captain and England defender John Terry has declared himself fit to play against Queen's Park Rangers on Saturday
John Terry has been charged with using alleged racist language towards Anton Ferdinand by the Football Association. A fortnight
It seems strange that one of years most high profile court cases was best summed up by the closing lines of a man who many, including a number inside the courtroom, believed to lack intelligence. Ashley Cole ended his cross-examination by prosecution lawyer Duncan Penny - telling him, "We shouldn't even be sitting here."
Could this be, as Gordon Taylor suggests, a watershed moment in the FA's Respect campaign? And, preposterous as it sounds, I think John Terry could play a part.
All the physical preparation for the Olympic Games will be wasted - unless athletes are prepared for the 'anger games' on a psychological level.
Swearing on the football pitch has "gone too far" and the sport's authorities should do more to tackle it, according to a