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Does José Mourinho’s transformation have a happy ending?

One of the greatest ironies in world football is the credit given to José Mourinho for coining — or at least...

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

​Women take on football’s ‘sexist pigs’ in the battle for World Cup screen time

Vicki Sparks led coverage of the World Cup clash between Morocco and Portugal from Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium for BBC One last Wednesday

Chelsea snatch late victory, Arsenal and City win

John Terry grabbed a stoppage-time winner as leaders Chelsea showed their Premier League title mettle by snatching a 1-0 victory over Everton.

Benitez: Ugly scenes won’t ruin Lampard’s milestone

The nasty sights sparked by Frank Lampard's 200th goal for Chelsea should not overshadow the midfielder's landmark achievement, says Rafael Benitez.

Black players let down by football’s authorities say Fifa task team

The new head of Fifa's anti-racism drive has revealed that he intends to meet players involved in recent racial abuse cases.

Terry holds on to Chelsea’s captain armband despite suspension

Despite being suspended and fined for racial abuse, John Terry will stay on as Chelsea captain and not face a further ban from the club as speculated.

Ferguson rules out England return for Rio

Sir Alex Ferguson does not expect Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand to be chosen for England's upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

John Terry banned for four matches for racial abuse

From the heights of captaining England and Chelsea, John Terry's football career faces being forever marred by being found guilty of racial abuse.

Terry and Ferdinand meet at racism hearing

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand have met as the Chelsea captain's FA disciplinary hearing over allegations he racially abused the QPR defender begins.

Hodgson rues Terry’s England exit

England manager Roy Hodgson said he had "reluctantly" accepted John Terry's decision to call time on his international career.

Racism saga not over for Terry

FA chiefs have been urged to follow the example set by the Luis Suarez case and take action against John Terry for using racially offensive language.

Terry cleared of racially abusing player

Chelsea captain John Terry has been cleared of racially abusing an opponent during a Premier League match last year.

Verdict due in Terry’s racism trial

The verdict in John Terry's racism trial is expected on Friday -- if found guilty he will be the first UK footballer convicted of racial abuse.

Cole stands up for Terry in racism trial

Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has defended captain John Terry against accusations of racism on the second day of his teammate's trial.

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