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CR7: Let’s be intelligent hooligans

The rape accusation levelled at Cristiano Ronaldo has his fervent supporters jumping to his defence, but fans need to take a seat

Ferdinand emulates brother with shirt snub

QPR defender Anton Ferdinand emulated his brother Rio by refusing to wear a T-shirt in support of equality group Kick It Out's anti-racism campaign.

Capello steps down as England manager

Fabio Capello has resigned as manager of England following the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy, the FA confirmed.

Terry continues as Chelsea captain despite racism hearing

John Terry will captain Chelsea against Swansea City on Tuesday, despite facing a hearing on Wednesday into allegations of racism against him.

England captain Terry in ‘battle for his life’

The announcement that John Terry will face criminal charges over allegations of racial abuse has been applauded by the British press.

Blatter applies foot to mouth with racism row ‘solution’

Sepp Blatter has sparked a wave of anger by saying soccer players involved in racial incidents should settle things with a handshake.

Terry retains England captaincy during race probe

Fabio Capello says England defender John Terry retains his support during a police investigation into alleged racism against Anton Ferdinand.

Police launch probe into John Terry racism claim

Police have begun a formal investigation into claims that England and Chelsea captain John Terry racially abused QPR player Anton Ferdinand.

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