Rio Ferdinand is facing disciplinary action after defying his manager and refusing to wear a 'Kick It Out' T-shirt.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is convinced the fight against racism in football must continue despite recent incidents.
Both Arsene Wenger and Roberto Mancini think it's important all the black players support the Kick It Out campaign.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has condemned Jason Roberts for refusing to wear a Kick it Out T-shirt.
Brothers Anton and Rio Ferdinand are expected to join Jason Roberts in leading a black player boycott this weekend.
Football Association chairman David Bernstein says it is time for English football to move on from the John Terry saga.
The Footballer's Football Show panel give their thoughts on John Terry's apology and what Chelsea do next.
Jason Roberts is set to boycott this week's Kick It Out initiative in protest at a perceived lack of action on racism.
Jason Roberts has urged Chelsea to take severe action against John Terry after he did not appeal a ban for racial abuse.
Chelsea have taken 'confidential' disciplinary action against John Terry after he was found guilty of racial abuse.
John Terry will not appeal his four-match ban and £220,000 fine for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand. The Chelsea captain has also apologised for the language he used during the game at Loftus Road.
Chelsea captain John Terry has issued an apology and decided not to appeal his ban for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
Gary Cahill has no doubts his Chelsea defensive partner, John Terry, has the strength of character to overcome the stress of his court case.
Mark Hughes claims Anton Ferdinand has 'reacted well' to the 'traumatic experience' of finding himself at the centre of the John Terry race trial.
Ashley Cole has released a statement through his lawyers to calm down the situation after Rio Ferdinand became embroiled in a Twitter row.
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has admitted the game's image has been damaged during the John Terry court case.
Former Watford and AC Milan star Luther Blissett urged the FA to act in the John Terry race row.
The Football Association says it has noted the not guilty verdict given to John Terry and will now conclude its own inquiries.
John Terry has expressed his thanks to his legal team, family, friends and Chelsea Football Club in a statement released by his lawyer.
Chief Magistrate Howard Riddle has explained his verdict after John Terry was cleared of a racially aggravated public order offence.
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