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John Terry snubs FA chairman David Bernstein at Champions League trophy hand over

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England manager Fabio Capello was not consulted by the FA over Terry’s demotion

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Sam Wallace: FA must brave storm and do right thing: leave him out of England side

If the Football Association hierarchy is honest with itself the best news it could hope for this morning is that John Terry releases a statement saying that, given the severity of the allegations against him, and the profile of this summer's Euro 2012 tournament, he is withdrawing from international football until the case is resolved in July.

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand at Loftus Road in October

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Terry to face FA inquiry as QPR lodge racism claim

Chelsea captain keen to 'clear name' but is likely to lose England armband (again) if found guilty

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Frankie Sandford thinks it is "romantic" that her boyfriend finds time to see her.

City seal £15m ground deal to stem huge losses

Manchester City will today make a big stride towards their goal of driving down losses to fall within Uefa's financial fair play rules by announcing a stadium naming rights deal with Etihad Airways believed to be worth between £10m and £15m a year.

Gael Clichy to undergo Manchester City medical

Arsenal defender Gael Clichy could become a Manchester City player within the next 24 hours.

Terry's all gold as threat of Bellamy melts away

There was some trepidation in John Terry's heart, no matter how emphatic his claim that any England players who had issues with his reinstatement as captain might approach him privately – which sounded suspiciously like "I'll see you outside." Terry's fears were written on his face last week as he spoke, rapidly and without drawing breath, about his leadership qualities in a way that made his press conference sound like a job interview. He wants to be wanted.

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