News Ted Terry, father of Chelsea captain John

The father of Chelsea captain and former England defender John Terry today denied headbutting a man and shouting racist abuse during an alleged street attack.

Rio Ferdinand chose not to wear the anti-racism shirt back in October 2012 before a Premier League fixture (l) and Clarke Carlisle in action for Northampton Town (r)

PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle criticises Ferdinand brothers over their refusal to back the anti-racism campaign 'Kick It Out' last season

Anton Ferdinand was involved in a racial incident with Chelsea captain John Terry and was joined by his brother Rio in refusing to wear the campaign's shirts last October

Gary Cahill insists Chelsea team-mate John Terry will not make return to England set-up

The former captain retired amid the fall-out from his race trial

France midfielder Etienne Capoue

Transfer news in brief: Etienne Capoue nears
Tottenham switch; Stewart Downing set to leave Liverpool; Anton Ferdinand let go by QPR

Tottenham are close to completing a £9m deal for the France midfielder Etienne Capoue from Ligue 1 club Toulouse.

Rio and Anton Ferdinand

Fifa will not take action over alleged racist chants against Rio and Anton Ferdinand

The incident occurred during England's game against San Marino

John Terry has decided to end his self-imposed international retirement and will make himself available to Roy Hodgson for selection for England

John Terry seeks England return in end-of-season friendlies in hope of ending international career with 2014 World Cup finals

Former captain ends self-imposed exile, but problems remain in his relationship with FA and Ferdinand

John Terry is happy to shake the hand of Uefa president Michel Platini but his relationship with David Bernstein has soured

This time it's John Terry who refuses to shake hands as Chelsea captain snubs FA chairman David Bernstein at Champions League trophy handover

Chelsea captain in public rebuke of FA chairman during handover of trophy

John Terry at an event to hand over the Champions League trophy

John Terry snubs FA chairman David Bernstein at Champions League trophy hand over

Bernstein was behind the Chelsea defender being stripped of the England captaincy

Rio and Anton Ferdinand

FA find no evidence of racist chanting directed at Rio and Anton Ferdinand by England fans

Anti-racism group FARE reported England to Fifa following match against San Marino

Unacceptable: John Terry (left) and Luis Suarez still have cases to answer

John Terry and Luis Suarez to face Fifa grilling on racism

John Terry and Luis Suarez look certain to be summoned before Fifa's new anti-racism chief in a crackdown on discrimination, following an unprecedented spate of recent incidents that have tarnished the image of English football. Jeffrey Webb, the head of Fifa's anti-racism taskforce, has asked to see Chelsea's captain and Liverpool's Uruguayan striker as part of a global campaign to clean up the game.

Jamie Merrill: Big and brash, but a Chelsea tractor has put car maker on a new road to success

It shouldn't come as a surprise that Porsche is booming. The German firm is in the middle of a full-throttle recalibration from niche sports car manufacturer to all-purpose purveyor of luxury SUVs and saloons.

Mark Clattenburg with John Obi Mikel

Mark Clattenburg is 'for the high jump' if found guilty of racial abuse says former referee Jeff Winter

Former referee Jeff Winter thinks Mark Clattenburg will not officiate a match again if it is proven that he racially abused a Chelsea player in yesterday's five-goal thriller at Stamford Bridge.

Rio Ferdinand chose not to wear a Kick It Out T-shirt

Alex Ferguson welcomes Rio Ferdinand statement

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has welcomed the statement of peace from the Ferdinand family - but acknowledged the racism issue will not go away just because of a handshake at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand during their infamous clash at Loftus Road on 23 October 2011

FA to review sanctions for racial abuse in wake of John Terry case

The Football Association today said it will review its sanctions for racial abuse in the wake of the John Terry case as chairman David Bernstein called on disenchanted players not to form a breakaway union.

Chelsea captain John Terry

One year on... John Terry will carry anti-racism message on to field

On the anniversary of Ferdinand confrontation Chelsea's captain returns to face Donetsk tonight

Chelsea captain John Terry

John Terry set to wear anti-racism armband in Champions League

Having escaped the hypocrisy of wearing a Kick It Out T-shirt due to his four-match ban, John Terry will be asked to wear an anti-racism armband during tomorrow night's Champions League match against Shakhtar Donetsk.

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