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Chelsea captain John Terry announced his international retirement on the eve of an FA charge of racially abusing Queen's Park Rangers' Anton Ferdinand. The move has been seen as a protest at his treatment by the FA, with Terry saying his position with the national team had been made 'untenable'.

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Ben Foster set for West Brom switch

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West Brom close to signing Ben Foster

West Brom are closing in on the signing of Birmingham keeper Ben Foster, Press Association Sport understands.

West Brom admit interest in Ben Foster

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson has admitted his interest in bringing goalkeeper Ben Foster to The Hawthorns and the Black County club are in talks with Birmingham.

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Ben Foster says his future is with Birmingham

Goalkeeper Ben Foster has hinted he wants to remain at Birmingham after capping his first season by being voted player of the year by his team-mates and supporters.

Ben Foster takes break from international football

Birmingham and England goalkeeper Ben Foster today revealed he is taking an indefinite break from international football.

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