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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# John Terry

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Rethink: AVB now fears Abramovich axe
The Chelsea boss has had a look over the Russian’s “pattern of behaviour” and discovered that he’s not always rational.
Where's me chalkboard? Villas-Boas denies Napoli tactics ruse
“We left the note behind. The people in the hotel could have done their work and thrown it away in the trash, but they didn’t do that.”
Backing: AVB doesn't need players support
The Chelsea coach is happy that he’ll be in a job as long as Roman Abramovich says so.
Tottenham is my focus, insists relieved Harry Redknapp
“I’ve not even thought about it. I’ve got a job to do,” Redknapp told reporters as he left his home earlier.
Fergie backs Capello in John Terry captaincy row
The Manchester United boss says his fellow manager should be able to say what he likes…
Ferdinand denies rift with Terry, attacks 'poor journalism'
The England defender has become embroiled in an argument on Twitter over where he stands on the matter.
Capello disagreed with Terry losing England captaincy
You know the way when you hand in your notice, and you think you say anything about your employers?
Neville attacks England team spirit, FA's handling of Terry debacle
The Sky Sports pundit has also hinted that Capello should resign as England manager.
Terry could abandon England set-up
Reeling from his second loss of the captain’s armband, England centre-half John Terry is contemplating retirement from international football.
Fantasyland: Liverpool are back
It seems that the cup competitions have finally spurred the Reds into life, can they continue to bring that form into the league?
Count me out - Rio rejects England captain talk
Ferdinand took over the first time around, when John Terry lost the captaincy two years ago.
Stripped: John Terry loses England captaincy again
Chelsea defender was called at just before 10am this morning by Football Association chairman David Bernstein to break the news.
Terry to stand trial over alleged Anton Ferdinand comments
England and Chelsea captain John Terry has denied a racially aggravated public order charge and will stand trial in July.
FA cancel handshakes prior to Chelsea-QPR game
The association said the request was made by both clubs following recent discussions between them.
Anton Ferdinand shells out €35,000 on personal security
Having received death threats back in November, the QPR defender is taking no chances ahead of tomorrow’s game, according to reports.
The Magnificent Seven: Handshake controversies
And the award for Fair Play in Sport goes to… none of this lot.
Clubs call for 'celebration of football' as Terry and Ferdinand prepare to meet
The chairmen of Chelsea and QPR issued a joint statement today ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup fourth round tie between the clubs.
Handshake gate II: will Ferdinand and Terry clasp fingers on Saturday?
Here we go again…
Meet the new face of anti-smoking in India... John Terry
England skipper is taking legal advice after images appears over words ‘smoking kills’.
Stan Collymore documents Twitter racism following Suarez ban
The former Liverpool star has compiled a list of racist tweets in a bid to highlight the issue in the wake of the controversy over Luis Suarez’s FA ban.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
In tonight’s Fix: Facebook to make major changes after Irish investigation; a possible solution for ghost estates; and the worst delivery man you’ll see today.
Terry to face police charges in Anton Ferdinand "race row"
Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service has announced that it will press charges against the England captain.
John Terry to learn if he faces criminal charge in 'racism' row today
England skipper denies racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand during a defeat at Loftus Road in October.
Barca stars dominate FIFA World XI shortlist
Five English players have been included on the 55-man shortlist for FIFA’s team of 2011.
As it happened: Champions League Wednesday
It’s Chelsea and Arsenal against German opposition, it’s AC Milan versus champions Barcelona, it’s all the rest of the action… and was live.
'No racism in football,' claims Blatter
The embattled FIFA President looks to have scored another own goal with his latest remarks.
Terry left frustrated by FA censorship
The Chelsea player indicates he has not been stripped of the England captaincy and says he has received support from “across the world” since the racism allegations emerged.
Ferdinand death threat delivered to Loftus Road
The Queens Park Rangers defender, currently involved in both an FA and police racism inquiry, was the intended recipient of a threatening letter sent to the club’s West London ground.
The Sports Pages: some of the week's best sportswriting
The cosmic implications of Tim Tebow, Lionel Messi’s place in history and why Luis Suarez gets a bad rap: it’s all in our wide-ranging round-up of the week’s finest sports journalism.
Fantasyland: When the going gets tough... use your Wildcard
David Silva and John Terry are among the players you should think twice about having in your fantasy team this week.
Teenagers arrested over racist tweet sent to Newcastle star
Sammy Ameobi is the latest player to have suffered racist abuse – an issue that has dominated the football headlines of late.
Chelsea condemn 'wholly inappropriate' chanting in support of John Terry
Travelling supporters sang, “Anton Ferdinand, you know what you are” as Blues were held in Belgium last night.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Here’s everything you need to know before you leave the house. Apart from where your phone is.
Police to study video evidence in Terry-Ferdinand race row
The 20 cameras used during Chelsea’s match with QPR will be studied as part of the investigation.
Ferdinand has 'strong feelings' on Terry race row
The Queens Park Rangers defender has released a statement explaining that, “in the interests of fairness,” he intends to remain silent on the incident.
The Sports Pages: some of the week’s best sportswriting
The story of the real-life Rocky, arguably the greatest single game in World Series history and the Sphinx-like riddle that is John Terry: all that and more in our round-up of the best (and worst) coverage of the week in sport.
QPR players distance themselves from racism controversy
Three Queens Park Rangers players deny they will give evidence in the John Terry-Anton Ferdinand racism row.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
It’s the morning after the night before for Rovers and Shels. Here’s what you need to know.
FA chiefs to investigate John Terry racism allegations
A complaint from a member of the public has sparked a police investigation into claims that the Chelsea defender racially abused Queens Park Rangers’ Anton Ferdinand.