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Stoke have lost their appeal to the Football Association against defender Robert Huth's red card received during Saturday's home clash with Sunderland and the player must now serve a three game ban.

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Liverpool defender Glen Johnson believes Luis Suarez's strength of character will get him through the trial which awaits him at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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Joey Barton will not face any legal action over his observations about the John Terry racism case.

Suarez kicked Parker in the stomach

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Patrice Evra’s complaint of racial abuse by Liverpool’s Luis Suarez earlier this season was upheld

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Players' union chief Gordon Taylor fears the recent crowd abuse suffered by Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand could deter footballers from complaining about racial discrimination.

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