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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.

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand at Loftus Road in October

Sam Wallace: Why FA must stop Terry going to Euros

They must brave storm and do the right thing: remove him

Barton was happy with the result on Saturday

Mark Hughes relaxed over Joey Barton tweets

Mark Hughes insists he has no problem with Joey Barton tweeting, but has warned the QPR captain that he will have to step in if his actions compromise dressing room harmony at Loftus Road.

QPR's Anton Ferdinand shares a few words with Terry during Sunday's match at Loftus Road

Chelsea fans' 'racist chanting' investigated

Claims that a group of Chelsea football fans were involved in racist chanting on a train back from the club's 0-0 draw against Norwich City are being investigated.

QPR's Anton Ferdinand shares a few words with Terry during Sunday's match at Loftus Road

Andre Villas-Boas wants focus off Terry ahead of return to QPR

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas today called for an end to talk about John Terry's return to QPR ahead of next Saturday's FA Cup clash.

Luis Suarez was deemed to have given unreliable evidence

Premier League leading racism battle says Richard Scudamore

Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has declared that English football will continue to lead the fight against racism.

QPR's Anton Ferdinand shares a few words with Terry during Sunday's match at Loftus Road

MPs to hold inquiry into racism in sport

A committee of MPs is to hold an inquiry into racism in sport following the Luis Suarez case and allegations against John Terry.

15 October 2011: Luis Suarez clashes with Patrice Evra and allegedly racially abuses him

Clubs 'dragging feet' over racism claim politicians

Politicians have called for an inquiry into racism in football today, claiming the Football Association and individual clubs are "dragging their feet" over the issue.

Terry is is at risk of being found guilty of a crime that would make his leadership of England's Euro 2012 campaign entirely inappropriate

James Lawton: One-eyed tribalism of supporters who fail to see the harm

A poll was running two-to-one that Suarez was harshly treated

Paul Peachey: It could be months before the case comes to a trial

The case will not be heard before a jury but magistrates who have lesser powers

Terry: 'I'm disappointed people have leapt to the wrong conclusions about the context of what I was saying'

Terry marshals his defence as racism case heads to court

February trial date as footballer vows to 'fight tooth and nail' to prove his innocence

QPR's Anton Ferdinand shares words with Terry at Loftus Road

John Terry charged with racially abusing Anton Ferdinand

John Terry is facing up to his biggest battle yet as he attempts to clear his name of the racism charge that has been levelled against him.

Luis Suarez defence of cultural misunderstanding was rejected

James Lawton: An emphatic stand against racism in English football

The men charged with one of the trickiest decisions in FA history were unequivocal

Player to watch: Jack Wilshere

Ten steps to England winning their Euro group

Learning from the mistakes of the 2010 World Cup will go a long way to ensuring a fit, motivated and properly rested squad

QPR's Anton Ferdinand shares a few words with Terry during Sunday's match at Loftus Road

John Terry interviewed by police over 'race slur' claims

John Terry has been interviewed under caution about an alleged racist slur towards Anton Ferdinand, police sources have confirmed.

Jack Rodwell, Kyle Walker and Phil Jones all impressed for England at Wembley last night giving Fabio Capello food for thought

New generation force way into Capello's Euro plans

Manager full of praise for youngsters after England beat Sweden 1-0 at a half-full Wembley

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