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Spanish duo Fernando Torres and Juan Mata set to miss Chelsea's opening Premier League match against Hull City

The pair will only have just returned from international duty

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Official was accused of using 'inappropriate language' towards the Blues midfielder

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Mark Clattenburg, during the match which led to the devastating accusation of racism

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Chelsea made the first move towards a reconciliation with referee Mark Clattenburg when the club's chairman, Bruce Buck, paid him a personal visit yesterday.

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Mark Clattenburg will return to work on Sunday

Mark Clattenburg set to return to work on Sunday as fourth official at match between Tottenham and West Ham

The Durham-based official will resume refereeing duties next Wednesday when he takes charge of the Premier League game between Southampton and Norwich.

Mark Clattenburg: The FA is to decide this week whether the referee has a case to answer over racial abuse

Referees to discuss action over Chelsea's failure to apologise to Clattenburg

Select referees' group set to discuss possible action against club at meeting on Monday

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Fifa president Sepp Blatter finally admits 'racism cannot be stopped with a handshake'

Blatter faced heavy criticism for his "unfortunate words" in an interview with CNN

Mark Clattenburg and John Obi Mikel

Mark Clattenburg kept off Premier League referees' list for fourth week

The Football Association are not expected to finish their investigation until later this week

FA's anger at 'ill-informed' lawyer Herbert

The Football Association has reacted furiously to the Society of Black Lawyers chairman Peter Herbert's claims that football's governing body is institutionally racist, by calling them "ill-informed and unhelpful".

Mark Clattenburg is expected to learn his fate in the next 48 hours

FA rages at 'ill-informed' lawyer Herbert

The Football Association has reacted furiously to the Society of Black Lawyers chairman Peter Herbert's claims that football's governing body is institutionally racist, by calling them "ill-informed and unhelpful".

Mark Clattenburg was alleged to have racially abused John Obi Mikel

Mark Clattenburg kept off Premier League referees' list again

Mark Clattenburg returned to training with the top-flight Select Group of referees today for the first time since Chelsea's complaint against the match official.

Mark Clattenburg was alleged to have racially abused John Obi Mikel

Mark Clattenburg to be kept off referees' list again

Mark Clattenburg is not expected to be named on the referees' list for next weekend's fixtures when it is released by the body that oversees officials today.

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