Anton Ferdinand

  • Terry reignites racism row fallout at UEFA event April 19, 2013

    London: The bitter fallout from English football's high-profile racism case resurfaced on Friday in front of UEFA President Michel Platini as John Terry refused to shake hands with the man who stripped him of the England captaincy. The snub came at an event in London where European champion Chelsea were handing...
  • FA to review sanctions for racial abuse October 24, 2012

    London: The English FA's sanctions for racial abuse are to be reviewed in the wake of the John Terry-Anton Ferdinand case, FA chairman David Bernstein said on Tuesday. Bernstein said the FA's disciplinary commission got Terry's punishment "pretty much right" and he did not want black players breaking away and...
  • John Terry will remain Chelsea captain October 20, 2012

    London: John Terry will continue to be Chelsea's club captain on a permanent basis, club chairman Bruce Buck confirmed on Saturday. Terry was starting a four-match domestic suspension on Saturday after being found guilty by a Football Association commission of racially insulting Queens Park Ranger defender Anton Ferdinand a year...
  • Terry decides not to appeal against four-match ban October 18, 2012

    London: Chelsea's John Terry will not appeal against his four-match ban and 220,000-pound fine for racially insulting Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand, the player said in a statement on Thursday. Terry, 31, was found guilty by a Football Association (FA) tribunal of using a racial slur towards Ferdinand during a...
  • QPR hold lacklustre Chelsea to a goalless draw September 15, 2012

    London: Anton Ferdinand's snub of John Terry in the pre-match handshake overshadowed Chelsea's 0-0 draw at local rival Queens Park Rangers on Saturday, a result that ended the European champions' perfect start in the English Premier League. Terry was also booed and jeered throughout a game played in a hostile atmosphere...
  • Ferdinand snubs Terry in pre-match handshake September 15, 2012

    London: The feud between Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand and Chelsea captain John Terry continued on Saturday when Ferdinand ignored Terry in the pre-match handshake at Loftus Road. Ferdinand also shunned Chelsea defender Ashley Cole, who gave evidence on Terry's behalf when Terry was found not guilty in court in...
  • Terry racial row has not seen its completion July 14, 2012

    London: Being acquitted by a court of racial abuse might not be the end of the matter for Chelsea captain John Terry. The English Football Association now has to conclude its own investigation and decide whether to charge Terry over his confrontation with Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand, which led...
  • Cole defends Terry in racial slur trial July 11, 2012

    London: Chelsea defender Ashley Cole defended captain John Terry against accusations of racism on the second day of his teammate's trial, saying Wednesday that the case should never have come to court. Terry is accused of calling Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand a "black (expletive)" in a racially-aggregated verbal attack...
  • John Terry's racial slur trial begins in London July 9, 2012

    London: The racism trial of John Terry began Monday with prosecutors claiming the Chelsea captain acknowledges using offensive language as a "sarcastic exclamation." The England defender came face to face in court with Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand, whom he is accused of racially abusing during a Premier League match...