Rio Ferdinand finds it “impossible to forgive” John Terry over his handling of the racism row involving his brother Anton but would still have been prepared to play alongside Terry for England if he had been given the chance.
Kick It Out chairman Lord Herman Ouseley has accused the Football Association, the Premier League, Chelsea and Liverpool of a failure of "morality and leadership" over their handling of the racism incidents involving John Terry and Luis Suarez.
Football Association chairman David Bernstein has called on disenchanted players not to form a breakaway union and revealed the governing body will review its sanctions for racial abuse in the wake of the John Terry case.
John Terry will announce today whether he will challenge the four-match ban imposed on him for racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand.
John Terry’s four-match ban for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand has undermined the Football Association’s hard-line stance on tackling racism, according to players’ chief Clarke Carlisle.
John Terry will be missing from Roy Hodgson's England squad when it is unveiled this morning.
John Terry was today charged with using alleged racist language towards Anton Ferdinand by the Football Association.
Rio Ferdinand has defended his response to a tweet which referred to Ashley Cole as a “choc ice”, insisting it was not a racist term.
The Football Association have been urged to charge John Terry despite the Chelsea captain being cleared in court of racially abusing QPR’s Anton Ferdinand.
The Football Association have to find a way to eradicate from the football pitch the sort of obscene language highlighted by the John Terry trial, according to Kick it Out chairman Lord Ouseley.
The Crown Prosecution Service has defended the decision to prosecute the former England captain John Terry after he was acquitted today of an aggravated public order offence against Anton Ferdinand.
John Terry was cleared of a racially aggravated public order offence by Chief Magistrate Howard Riddle at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.
Former England captain John Terry has often been close to controversy during his career.
John Terry was today cleared of hurling a racist obscenity at Anton Ferdinand.
District Judge Howard Riddle has found Chelsea footballer John Terry not guilty of using a racist obscenity about Anton Ferdinand.
A verdict is expected today in John Terry’s trial for allegedly using a racist obscenity about Anton Ferdinand.
Footballer John Terry was using “straightforward racial abuse” against Anton Ferdinand rather than sarcastically repeating a racist slur, a court heard today.
Footballer Ashley Cole said today England and Chelsea team-mate John Terry should not have been taken to court over racism claims.
John Terry said that he was "keen" to speak to police about alleged racist abuse because "I knew there was nothing out there that would show that I had done anything wrong".
England defender John Terry will continue giving evidence today when he returns to his trial for allegedly racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
John Terry reacted with anger at claims he racially abused footballer Anton Ferdinand, a court heard today.
Former England captain John Terry said he was not prepared to be called a racist, his trial heard today.
Footballer John Terry was goaded about an alleged affair before throwing a racist insult at Anton Ferdinand, a court heard today.
Footballer Anton Ferdinand told a court today that he found alleged racist abuse by John Terry "very hurtful".
England footballer John Terry called Anton Ferdinand a racist obscenity in response to taunts about his alleged affair with a team-mate’s ex-girlfriend, a court heard today.
England footballer John Terry arrived at court today for the start of his trial for allegedly racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
Chelsea captain John Terry will go on trial today accused of racially abusing fellow footballer Anton Ferdinand.
The Football Association have confirmed that John Terry has been stripped of the England captaincy until after his racism court trial.
John Terry has been stripped of the England captaincy due to concerns about his racism court trial.