England footballer John Terry called Anton Ferdinand a racist obscenity in response to taunts about his alleged affair with
England footballer John Terry has arrived at court for the start of his trial for allegedly racially abusing Anton Ferdinand
Since when has it been acceptable to abuse the victim of a crime in support of one of your own teams players?
The Premier League have scrapped plans for the traditional pre-match handshake between Chelsea and QPR, sparing John Terry
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We shouldn't forget, in both the Terry and Huhne cases, that in the eyes of the law neither has been proven guilty yet, both are protesting their innocence and both could be reinstated in their positions of authority before the summer is out. However, one thing was made very clear this week: no matter how large your pay cheque, how important your position, or how many fans cheer your name from the stands on a Saturday afternoon, slip up and be prepared to face the consequences.
John Terry stands accused of racially abusing QPR centre-half, Anton Ferdinand, brother of the man who replaced Terry as captain, Rio. The trial was initially scheduled to take place in February, but, as was announced this week is now to be suspended until July, removing the ability of the FA to put off making a decision on Terry's future until his guilt or otherwise was affirmed.
The Football Association is set to remove the England captaincy from John Terry, it has been reported. According to the BBC
John Terry is facing calls to step down from the captaincy of the England football team until accusations that he racially