Sport John Terry retired from international football two years ago

Keane left the station this week to concentrate on his coaching commitments

Fifa president Sepp Blatter supports Michel Morganella Olympic expulsion following racist tweet

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has confirmed he supports the decision to send Michel Morganella back to Switzerland for making a racist Tweet.

FA takes tough line over discrimination

The Football Association chairman, David Bernstein, last night issued a stern warning to players reminding them of their responsibilities to act appropriately and vowed strong sanctions against guilty individuals.

Alex Ferguson in South Africa

Glazers to pocket half of Manchester United flotation

The Glazer family last night issued a notice of intent to sell just over 10 per cent of Manchester United on the New York Stock Exchange, aiming to raise around $300m (£190m).

The FA have resumed their inquiry following last week's criminal trial which saw Terry cleared of racially abusing Ferdinand (pictured)

Abuse charge against Ferdinand 'would upset black footballers'

Anton Ferdinand is unlikely to be charged for using abusive language by the Football Association.

The fear of democracy reflected by the political opponents of change to the House of Lords is pathetic

The big questions: Was John Terry wronged? Do we need the Lords? And would you jail bankers?

Answered this week by Clive Stafford Smith

Ava Vidal: It is time for the Civil Rights Movement to hit the football pitch

So the trial is over. John Terry has been found innocent. It was agreed by all, including Terry himself, that he called Anton Ferdinand a black c**t - but the magistrate held that we couldn’t be sure how he meant it. OK then.

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand at Loftus Road in October

FA to pick up investigation on John Terry following conclusion of trial

The Football Association will study the findings of the John Terry court case before deciding whether or not to bring any charges against the Chelsea captain.

John Terry celebrates victory over Ukraine

Paris Saint Germain deny interest in Chelsea captain John Terry

Paris Saint Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti has denied reports that he is planning to sign Chelsea captain John Terry.

Roy Hodgson issues orders to Andy Carroll before extra time last night

Harry Redknapp defends Roy Hodgson and England

Harry Redknapp has hit back at criticism of Roy Hodgson's England for their efforts at Euro 2012, but accepts the national team must raise their game if they are to make progress.

<b>Marko Devic: </b> Brought the main talking point in the match. Replays showed his effort appeared to have crossed the line before being cleared by John Terry despite being right in front of one of the goal line officials. 6

Official sent home after Ukraine's goal-line howler

The decision of the Hungarian fifth official Istvan Vad to wave play on when Ukraine's Marko Devic looked to have scored against England on Tuesday night has prompted the tournament's governing body Uefa to send him and the rest of the Hungarian team home from the competition.

John Terry celebrates victory over Ukraine

James Lawton: John Terry and Steven Gerrard fling baggage aside to provide drive for England's Euro 2012 journey

Terry has the capacity to walk out on to the field and put all else aside

Wayne Rooney – who missed a great early chance – nods in for England just after half-time

Referee Viktor Kassai and England striker Wayne Rooney criticised by Ukraine press

Newspapers in Ukraine have criticised referee Viktor Kassai and England striker Wayne Rooney after the co-hosts were eliminated from Euro 2012.

John Terry clears the ball away

Goal-line technology 'a necessity' says Fifa president Sepp Blatter following Ukraine 'goal' against England

FIFA president Sepp Blatter today declared goal-line technology "a necessity" after Ukraine became the latest victims of its absence from the game.

Roy Hodgson and Wayne Rooney at the final whistle against Ukraine

Avoiding Spain good news for England says Ukraine coach Oleg Blokhin

Ukraine coach Oleg Blokhin believes England have got off lightly by avoiding Spain in their Euro 2012 quarter-final.

Goalscorer Wayne Rooney celebrates with John Terry
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