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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.

England captain John Terry addresses the media yesterday

I have no reason to hide, says 'proud' and bullish Terry

John Terry yesterday issued as staunch a defence of his character as the Football Association's diktat of silence on the Anton Ferdinand race row permits, insisting he had never considered hiding from an issue he feels duty-bound to face and revealing he has been offered support by players and managers from all over the world – including Jose Mourinho – as the investigation continues.

England captain John Terry addresses the media yesterday

I have no reason to hide says 'proud' and bullish Terry

'It's been nice that the England players have supported me'

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

Police investigate threat sent to Anton Ferdinand

British police are investigating a threatening letter sent to Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand who is involved in a race row with Chelsea and England soccer captain John Terry.

Lampard, the midfielder, scored the winner and said 'we have to go on a run of wins'

Lampard 'loves proving people wrong'

Blackburn 0 Chelsea 1

Andre Villas-Boas: 'I believe a win will put us back on track, but you need a good run'

Chelsea turn up the heat on manager

Villas-Boas knows defeat at Ewood Park would equal worst league run in 10 years.

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

QPR owner Tony Fernandes backs John Terry captaincy

QPR owner Tony Fernandes has backed John Terry to retain the England captaincy.

The FA will look into an alleged incident of racist abuse in the QPR versus Chelsea match

Jail abusive fans says QPR manager Neil Warnock

QPR manager Neil Warnock believes Chelsea fans who taunted Anton Ferdinand in midweek are indicative of a culture of hatred in football which is difficult to police.

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

Chelsea look to identify taunting fans

Chelsea have begun the tricky process of trying to identify those fans responsible for taunting Anton Ferdinand during their Champions League game at Genk.

John Terry is now the subject of a police investigation

Chelsea condemn Anton Ferdinand chants

Chelsea today vowed to do everything possible to identify those fans responsible for taunting Anton Ferdinand during their Champions League game at Genk.

Shola and Sammy celebrate with Fabricio Coloccini during last month's Carling Cup tie with Nottingham Forest

Newcastle United inform police of racist abuse aimed at Sammy Ameobi

Newcastle United have informed the police about a racist remark directed at teenage striker Sammy Ameobi on Twitter, the English Premier League club said today.

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

Anton Ferdinand reveals racist abuse via Twitter

Anton Ferdinand has been targeted with racist abuse via his Twitter account.

The FA will look into an alleged incident of racist abuse in the QPR versus Chelsea match

Anton Ferdinand reveals 'strong feelings' over John Terry racism row

QPR defender Anton Ferdinand today revealed he had "strong feelings" following his clash with England captain John Terry that has led to a Football Association racism investigation.

Chelsea admit failure to control players

Andre Villas-Boas today dismissed suggestions Chelsea were an arrogant football club amid their most turbulent week since his appointment as manager.

QPR: players will not be called to give evidence

The allegation of racial abuse against John Terry stood mired in claim and counter-claim yesterday as Queen's Park Rangers denied any of the club's players had been called to give evidence concerning the Chelsea captain as part of a Football Association investigation into the events during last Sunday's derby at Loftus Road.

QPR deny players will give evidence in John Terry racism enquiry

QPR today categorically denied Paddy Kenny, Clint Hill and Shaun Derry had been called to give evidence in the John Terry racism inquiry.

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