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Editorial: This could be the birth of the activist footballer

Full marks to Kevin-Prince Boateng and AC Milan. In the face of racist abuse from fans at a (far from) friendly match on Thursday, the Ghanaian player walked off the field and the rest of his team duly followed him.

Frank Lampard will end his 12-year association with Chelsea in the summer and wants to join a side ‘where he can win more trophies’

Chelsea consider signing back-up to Petr Cech

Rafael Benitez aware that Fernando Torres needs a rest

Rafael Benitez

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Luis Suarez celebrates scoring for Liverpool

Racism sanctions for clubs approved

Players and coaches arriving from abroad will have to undergo mandatory induction lessons

Chelsea midfielder Oscar

Rafael Benitez insists there is no issue with Oscar after Brazilian's omission from Club World Cup final

Chelsea midfielder was not used in defeat to Corinthians

Rafael Benitez refuses to be drawn on Neil Warnock row

Leeds manager said he would never forgive the Chelsea boss

Uefa president Michel Platini under growing pressure to appeal against 'insulting' punishment given to Serbia for racism

Platini studies disciplinary judgement as criticism mounts over response to racism row

John Terry covers his mouth after his flashpoint with Anton Ferdinand

Kick It Out chairman ready to quit as he accuses Chelsea and Liverpool of a 'morality and leadership' failure

Lord Herman Ouseley critical of handling of John Terry and Luis Suarez racism cases

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Football players and managers from overseas set for 'cultural lessons'

Proposal in light of recent racism cases

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Superb Ibrahimovic scores four as England collapse

FA decision due on Mark Clattenburg investigation

Mark Clattenburg should hear by the end of the week whether he is to face any action following Chelsea's allegation that he used inappropriate language to midfielder John Obi Mikel.

Mark Clattenburg was alleged to have racially abused John Obi Mikel

We would have been crucified if we had not reported Mark Clattenburg, says Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck

The American-trained lawyer also denies that the Blues are run by club captain John Terry

James Lawton: Liverpool start to look more than a one-man band as Brendan Rodgers calls classic tune

Suddenly they had more than Suarez to conjure a little belief in a brighter future

Decision time: Mark Clattenburg is due to discover his fate this week

Mark Clattenburg decision imminent

The Football Association’s governance department has carried out all its interviews into Chelsea’s complaint about referee Mark Clattenburg allegedly making a racist remark to John Obi Mikel and a decision is expected this week on whether he will face a disciplinary charge.

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