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England soccer racial abuse trial continuesupdated: Tue Jul 10 2012 06:11:00

The trial of John Terry, one of England's biggest soccer stars, entered its second day Tuesday, a day after the normally staid chambers of Westminster Magistrates' Court got an earful of shockingly foul language.

John Terry denies racist abuseupdated: Tue Jul 10 2012 06:11:00

John Terry admits to using foul language, but denies it was racially motivated. CNN's Mathew Chance reports.

Soccer star arrives for race abuse trialupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 10:24:00

Chelsea star John Terry arrives at court in London for the start of his racial abuse trial. He has pleaded not guilty.

England soccer star John Terry denies racist abuseupdated: Mon Jul 09 2012 10:24:00

One of England's biggest soccer stars went on trial Monday, accused of hurling racist abuse at another player during a match last year.

Ferdinand angry after second England Euro 2012 snubupdated: Thu Jun 07 2012 15:01:00

England coach Roy Hodgson has overlooked experienced international Rio Ferdinand for a second time after electing to call up Liverpool defender Martin Kelly as a replacement for the injured Gary Cahill.

Handshake between Terry and Ferdinand canceled by Premier Leagueupdated: Thu Apr 26 2012 18:15:00

The English Premier League has decided to dispense with the traditional pre-match handshakes before Sunday's clash between Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers due to the legal case involving John Terry and Anton Ferdinand.

SI.com: Iain Macintosh: Barcelona's failure to beat Chelsea: What does it all mean?updated: Wed Apr 25 2012 13:59:00

Barcelona's failure to beat misfiring, mismatched, misbegotten 10-man Chelsea was one of the most surprising and indeed troubling results in recent history. It calls into question everything we thought we knew about the sport. Pep Guardiola's free-flowing tiki-taka merchants are supposed to be the greatest team on the planet, if not the greatest team in history. So what went wrong?

SI.com: Jonathan Wilson: England in clueless state heading toward Euro 2012updated: Thu Mar 29 2012 11:09:00

Plucky England, fighting back from two down only to be thwarted by a deflected last-minute winner. A brave effort from Psycho's young lions. Pleasing fluency at times. The start of a bold new era for English football. ... As a response to a single game played with a youthful side under a caretaker manager, such commentary made a certain sense. But the crucial thing to remember after England's 3-2 defeat to Holland last Wednesday was context.

SI.com: Georgina Turner: More England turmoil as Capello departsupdated: Fri Feb 10 2012 12:57:00

LONDON -- Another fine mess for the national team. "CAPELLO QUITS OVER RACE ROW AS JURY CLEARS REDKNAPP." The Daily Mail's headline on Thursday ran to nine words but they were enough to contain almost every drop of slop. England's captain demoted by the Football Association until a charge of racially aggravated public disorder -- which John Terry has always denied -- has been heard in July; England's manager resigning after publicly disagreeing with the FA's decision; the favorite to succeed Fabio Capello, the Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp, being found innocent of tax evasion a few hours earlier.

FA takes England captaincy from Terryupdated: Fri Feb 03 2012 09:22:00

John Terry has been stripped of the captaincy of England's national soccer team due to his court case over charges of alleged racial abuse, which starts in July.

England football captain Terry enters not guilty plea in racism caseupdated: Wed Feb 01 2012 06:32:00

England soccer captain John Terry, who is accused of racially abusing another player during a match, will go on trial July 9 after his lawyers entered a plea of not guilty in a London Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.

Smoke without fire? Terry's legal team tackles cigarette imageupdated: Tue Jan 03 2012 12:33:00

England soccer captain John Terry endured a difficult end to last year, and his 2012 has begun in a bizarre manner involving an anti-smoking campaign in India.

Football association walking tight ropeupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 18:06:00

Sponsorship expert Nigel Currie on how Liverpool, Chelsea and England move forward during Terry and Suarez controversies.

Troubled Terry saves Chelsea from Tottenham defeatupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 18:06:00

John Terry shrugged off his off-field problems to save Chelsea from a damaging defeat by English Premier League rivals Tottenham on Thursday.

Racism row: Does Suarez need educating?updated: Wed Dec 21 2011 16:29:00

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez "needs education" after continuing to protest his innocence despite being punished for racial abuse, according to a former English player.

England soccer captain Terry charged with racismupdated: Wed Dec 21 2011 16:29:00

England soccer captain John Terry will be charged with racially abusing another player, the UK's Crown Prosecution Service said Wednesday.

Sports: Terry guilty of racist slur?updated: Wed Dec 21 2011 16:29:00

Don Riddell talks to former English FA Chief Executive David Davies about John Terry's case and racism in soccer.

John Terry: Chelsea's iconic captainupdated: Wed Dec 21 2011 13:43:00

Chelsea captain John Terry is an iconic figure with the English football club's fans as a result of his on-field achievements in more than 15 years at Stamford Bridge.

UK prosecutors considering Terry racism allegationsupdated: Thu Dec 01 2011 16:29:00

Britain's Crown Prosecution Service is considering whether to charge England international footballer John Terry with racist abuse after receiving a full police file on the Chelsea captain.

England captain Terry: My duty to face up to racism rowupdated: Mon Nov 14 2011 12:18:00

England captain John Terry says it is his duty to face up to the row that has engulfed him since he was alleged to have racially abused a fellow player.

Chelsea condemn supporters' chantsupdated: Wed Nov 02 2011 13:14:00

Chelsea officials have condemned chants from the English football club's own supporters during Tuesday's European Champions League match away to Belgian team Genk.

Soccer and racism: Controversies from 2011 updated: Wed Nov 02 2011 10:59:00

The recent incident involving Chelsea and England captain John Terry and Queens Park Rangers' Anton Ferdinand has seen the issue of racism in football dominate the headlines.

SI.com: Jonathan Wilson: Questions being asked of Villas-Boas' tactical approach at Chelseaupdated: Wed Nov 02 2011 09:06:00

There was one doubt about Andre Villas-Boas when he arrived at Chelsea in the summer. Astonishing as Porto was last season -- it won a treble of Europa League, Portuguese Cup and Portuguese League (in which it dropped only four points) -- it never really faced a test. Sporting is at a low ebb and Benfica looks much stronger this season, while in Europe it faced no side from England, Germany, Italy or France. Of teams from the top five leagues in Europe, Porto met only Sevilla and Villarreal.

Metropolitan Police investigate racism claims against Chelsea's Terryupdated: Tue Nov 01 2011 20:23:00

London's Metropolitan Police on Tuesday said they are investigating allegations that Chelsea and England captain John Terry aimed a racial slur at an opposing player during an English Premier League match last month.

SI.com: Raphael Honigstein: Villas-Boas steps into a high-pressure environment at Chelseaupdated: Thu Jun 30 2011 11:17:00

LONDON -- André Villas-Boas' unveiling at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday morning might not have been the most spectacular press conference in Chelsea's recent history but it was certainly the longest. Weighing in at a hefty 75 minutes, the 33-year-old Villas-Boas' performance was long on charm and self-effacement and slightly short on hard facts.

SI.com: Jonathan Wilson: Capello's handling of England captaincy raises more questionsupdated: Tue Mar 22 2011 16:41:00

Fabio Capello's record as a club manager is superb. The England national team, for around four decades, has seemed unmanageable. The derision with which Capello has been treated feels absurd; if there is a problem in the relationship, past record suggests it almost certainly lies on the side of England rather than Capello. And yet, as embarrassing and puerile as much of the criticism he has received has been, for all that he is -- like every manager before him -- being treated as a scapegoat for the squad's problems, it is becoming increasingly difficult not to raise doubts.

Relieved Terry confirms no break after injury scareupdated: Wed May 12 2010 13:03:00

John Terry has reassured both club and country that the injury he suffered in training on Wednesday is not serious and does not jeopardize his chances of playing in the World Cup finals.

Terry sees red as Spurs stun Chelsea; United edge Manchester derbyupdated: Sat Apr 17 2010 16:43:00

Tottenham blew the English Premier League title race wide open again with a 2-1 victory over 10-man leaders Chelsea that gave Manchester United hope after the champions' vital derby win earlier on Saturday.

Terry's car runs over Chelsea stewardupdated: Wed Mar 17 2010 15:07:00

England soccer star John Terry has again been engulfed in controversy after his car hit a club steward on Tuesday night following Chelsea's Champions League defeat by Inter Milan.

Chelsea win earns semifinal tie against Aston Villaupdated: Sun Mar 07 2010 17:22:00

Chelsea cruised into the semifinals of this season's FA Cup with a 2-0 home win over Stoke City on Sunday with deposed England captain John Terry playing a key role.

SI.com: The Limey: England faces mounting roster questions ahead of World Cupupdated: Fri Mar 05 2010 12:52:00

On paper, a 3-1 victory against the African Cup of Nations winners, Egypt, a team sitting 17th in the FIFA world rankings, looks like a good result for England. The reality was an unconvincing performance that emphasized England's lack of depth and highlighted the absence of key individuals through injury and the poor form of some players.

Capello denies Terry fallout will blight World Cup hopesupdated: Tue Mar 02 2010 10:36:00

England coach Fabio Capello says the continued furore over John Terry's private life will not affect his side's preparations for the World Cup finals in South Africa later this year.

Man City stun nine-man Chelsea as Bridge snubs Terryupdated: Sat Feb 27 2010 18:56:00

Manchester City upset nine-man Chelsea 4-2 on Saturday in an emotion-charged match that began with the visitors' defender Wayne Bridge refusing to shake the hand of the Premier League leaders' captain John Terry.

SI.com: Gabriele Marcotti: Bridge quits England at curious timeupdated: Thu Feb 25 2010 18:09:00

OK, so we all feel very sorry for Wayne Bridge. The mother of his child, Vanessa Perroncel, and John Terry allegedly had an affair. Terry is not just Bridge's former teammate at Chelsea; he is also his teammate on the England team. And, until Terry was stripped of the England armband last month -- as a direct result of his alleged affair with Perroncel -- he was the national-team captain, too.

Troubled Terry thanks fans for supportupdated: Mon Feb 08 2010 18:37:00

John Terry has made his first public comments since being stripped of his role as England's football captain, thanking the fans of his club Chelsea for their support.

Terry's England future in doubt after alleged affair with Bridge's exupdated: Sat Feb 06 2010 11:01:00

Soccer star John Terry's role as captain of England's national team is in jeopardy following tabloid accusations of his marital infidelity, according to a British government minister.

SI.com: The Limey: 'Terrygate' leaves England reeling; Robinho heads homeupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 17:27:00

Bad boys. No, we haven't been holed up in Castle Limey watching tepid Will Smith action movies from the mid-1990s. Instead, we've been musing about the bad boys who are the subjects of the two biggest stories that have hit the headlines in the last couple of weeks.

Terry dismissed as England captainupdated: Fri Feb 05 2010 12:49:00

John Terry has been stripped of the England team captaincy with immediate effect following a meeting with national coach Fabio Capello.

Capello to decide my fate says England captain Terryupdated: Wed Feb 03 2010 13:44:00

John Terry is to leave his future as England captain to national team manager Fabio Capello as the controversy over his alleged affair with teammate Wayne Bridge's girlfriend rumbles on.

Troubled Terry's Chelsea held by Hullupdated: Tue Feb 02 2010 18:03:00

England captain John Terry braved the public eye despite continuing revelations about his private life, but his table-topping Chelsea team were held to a shock 1-1 draw at relegation-threatened Hull City on Tuesday night.

Under pressure Terry scores Chelsea winnerupdated: Sat Jan 30 2010 17:28:00

England captain John Terry shrugged off lurid allegations about his private life to score the winning goal as Chelsea claimed a vital 2-1 victory at Burnley to go four points clear in the Premier League.

Terry and Gerrard on Lionel Messiupdated: Tue Dec 22 2009 10:08:00

England stars John Terry and Steven Gerrard speak to CNN after being named in the FIFPro World XI and talk La Liga and Lionel Messi.

Chelsea extend lead with tense win over Manchester Unitedupdated: Sun Nov 08 2009 14:50:00

Chelsea moved five points clear in the English Premier League after claiming a controversial 1-0 victory at home to defending champions Manchester United on Sunday.

British diplomat found dead in Jamaicaupdated: Thu Sep 10 2009 18:40:00

A British diplomat was found slain at his home in Jamaica, authorities said.

Loyal Terry lands massive five-year dealupdated: Mon Aug 31 2009 11:52:00

Chelsea captain John Terry has been rewarded for his decision to stay at Stamford Bridge with a lucrative new five-year deal.

Football: Ancelotti says Terry stays a Blueupdated: Mon Jul 06 2009 13:13:00

Carlo Ancelotti has been officially unveiled as the new Chelsea manager and immediately insisted that captain John Terry would be staying at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea refuse City bid for John Terryupdated: Fri Jul 03 2009 06:07:00

English Premier League side Chelsea have confirmed a second offer from league rivals Manchester City for England and club captain John Terry has been turned down.

Terry keeps England on track for 2010 finalsupdated: Wed Apr 01 2009 18:12:00

John Terry kept England's charge to the 2010 World Cup finals firmly on track when he snatched a dramatic 2-1 qualifying victory over Group Six rivals Ukraine at Wembley on Wednesday.

Scolari refuses to accept Terry dismissalupdated: Tue Dec 23 2008 16:05:00

Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has broken his silence over skipper John Terry's dismissal at Everton -- and says he still cannot understand the decision.

Terry sent off as Chelsea draw at Evertonupdated: Mon Dec 22 2008 17:21:00

England captain John Terry was sent off for a late tackle in the first-half, as 10-man Chelsea drew 0-0 at Everton, losing their 100 per cent Premier League away record in the process.

Terry gives England historic Berlin victoryupdated: Thu Nov 20 2008 04:45:00

England captain John Terry made up for a nightmare error with a late headed winner to give his side a 2-1 victory away to Germany in a friendly on Wednesday.

Terry header proves enough for Chelseaupdated: Wed Oct 22 2008 17:10:00

Captain John Terry ended Roma's stubborn resistance with a second-half Stamford Bridge winner to give Chelsea a 1-0 home victory and keep them on course to qualify from Champions League Group A.

England captain Terry misses qualifierupdated: Fri Oct 10 2008 09:37:00

England coach Fabio Capello has confirmed that John Terry has been ruled out of Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan at Wembley.

England captain Terry remains doubtfulupdated: Wed Oct 08 2008 16:11:00

England captain John Terry remains a doubt for Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Kazakhstan at Wembley.

Chelsea win appeal against Terry dismissalupdated: Tue Sep 16 2008 11:12:00

Chelsea have succeeded in their appeal against the red card shown to John Terry in Saturday's Premier League win at Manchester City, the English Football Association confirmed on Tuesday.

Chelsea appeal against Terry sending-offupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 14:41:00

Chelsea have decided to appeal against the sending-off of captain John Terry in Saturday's Premier League win at Manchester City.

Capello plumps for Terry as England captainupdated: Tue Aug 19 2008 17:01:00

John Terry has been named as England's permanent captain under new coach Fabio Capello and will lead the team in Wednesday's friendly against the Czech Republic at Wembley.

SI.com: The Limey: One last look at the Champs final; thoughts on England-U.S.updated: Fri May 30 2008 15:19:00

The Champions League final: dramatic, riveting, emotional. So many interwoven tales -- of heroism and euphoria, of loss and heartache. One hundred and twenty minutes of pulsating soccer followed by a heart-in-mouth penalty shootout to decide it all.

England prove too good for United Statesupdated: Thu May 29 2008 06:03:00

Captain John Terry helped England produce their most impressive performance of the Fabio Capello era with the opening goal in a 2-0 friendly win against the United States at Wembley.

Terry is named captain for USA matchupdated: Tue May 27 2008 08:21:00

England coach Fabio Capello gave Chelsea defender John Terry a welcome boost by naming him as captain for the friendly international against the USA at Wembley on Wednesday.

SI.com: Grant Wahl: Five things we learned from the Champions League finalupdated: Wed May 21 2008 19:49:00

Five things we learned while watching Manchester United's win on penalty kicks over Chelsea (after a 1-1 tie) in Wednesday's Champions League final from our lair in Baltimore, aka Moscow-on-the-Patapsco:

SI.com: The Limey: Manchester United draws first bloodupdated: Mon May 19 2008 12:10:00

First Blood to Manchester United, as goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Ryan Giggs made them the John Rambo to Chelsea's bumbling small town sheriff in last Sunday's EPL finale. At the moment it's anyone's guess who'll play the muscle-bound Vietnam veteran, and who'll be the hapless Vietnamese soldiers in next week's sequel.

Terry determined to make Champions finalupdated: Mon May 12 2008 12:28:00

John Terry insists he will skipper Chelsea in next week's Champions League final against Manchester United despite dislocating an elbow in his club's final league game of the season.

Unlucky Terry sidelined six weeksupdated: Mon Dec 17 2007 12:58:00

Chelsea and England captain John Terry could be sidelined for six weeks after scans showed that the defender broke three bones in his foot during Sunday's 1-0 defeat at Arsenal.

England to host Swiss at Wembleyupdated: Tue Dec 04 2007 13:22:00

England will play their first match since their disastrous Euro 2008 qualifying exit when they host Switzerland at Wembley on February 6 next year.

Chelsea dealt Terry and Cole blowsupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 10:22:00

Chelsea's hopes of regaining ground in the English Premier League title chase have been dealt a double blow with captain John Terry ruled out of action for up to three weeks and fellow England defender Ashley Cole sidelined for a month.

Terry blow hits England Euro hopesupdated: Wed Oct 17 2007 12:40:00

John Terry dealt England's Euro 2008 ambitions a desperate blow on Tuesday when he was all but ruled out of the critical qualifier against Russia on the Luzhniki Stadium's artifical pitch in Moscow.

Terry poised to return for Englandupdated: Mon Oct 15 2007 17:01:00

England captain John Terry looks set to play in his side's Euro 2008 qualifier against Russia after flying to Moscow with the rest of the squad on Monday.

Injured Terry misses Estonia matchupdated: Thu Oct 11 2007 15:20:00

England skipper John Terry has been ruled out of Saturday's Euro 2008 qualifier with Estonia because of a knee injury.

SI.com: Jonah Freedman: Arsenal aims for the top spot, while Milan plummetsupdated: Thu Oct 04 2007 13:32:00

Psst, hey you! Yeah, you, the soccer fan who's distracted by the baseball playoffs! You might have missed it, but it's been a pretty good week for American success stories on the world stage.

Chelsea sweating on Terry fitnessupdated: Tue Oct 02 2007 14:05:00

Chelsea are waiting on the fitness of John Terry ahead of Wednesday's Champions League match with Valencia, but Frank Lampard has been ruled out.

Terry has operation on cheekboneupdated: Sun Sep 30 2007 05:06:00

Chelsea defender John Terry was having an operation on Sunday after suffering a depressed fracture of the cheekbone during Saturday's disappointing 0-0 draw at home to Fulham.

Terry blow for Chelsea and Englandupdated: Sat Aug 04 2007 22:30:00

John Terry is set to miss the first month of the season after being ruled out of Chelsea's Community Shield clash against Manchester United with a knee injury.

Terry signs a new deal at Chelseaupdated: Fri Jul 27 2007 01:54:00

Chelsea captain John Terry signed a new five-year contract with the club on Friday, ending months of speculation about his future.

SI.com: Jonah Freedman: Catching up with Chelsea captain John Terry updated: Wed Jul 18 2007 23:41:00

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Doctors have final word on Terryupdated: Fri Mar 09 2007 11:00:00

Jose Mourinho will play the commanding figure of captain John Terry at the heart of his defense in the FA Cup against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, if he gets the final go-ahead from doctors.

Chelsea's Terry has further testsupdated: Thu Mar 01 2007 08:41:00

Chelsea captain John Terry has had to undergo a second brain scan after the sickening injury that saw him knocked out cold in the League Cup final win over Arsenal on Sunday.

Captain courageous Terry returnsupdated: Sun Feb 25 2007 14:12:00

Chelsea captain John Terry returned to be with his celebrating team-mates less than two hours after being stretchered off during the Premier League champions' League Cup final win against Arsenal at the Millennium Stadium.

Chelsea lose Terry for League Cup updated: Thu Feb 22 2007 09:43:00

Chelsea captain John Terry will miss Sunday's League Cup final after damaging his ankle against in the 1-1 Champions League draw with Porto on Wednesday.

Skipper Terry gives way in ref rowupdated: Mon Jan 08 2007 14:58:00

England and Chelsea captain John Terry has admitted a charge of improper conduct for criticizing referee Graham Poll after he was sent off during last November's Premier League defeat at Tottenham Hotspur.

Chelsea hit by Terry back surgeryupdated: Thu Dec 28 2006 13:06:00

Chelsea's Premier League title challenge has suffered a setback after captain John Terry was forced to undergo surgery on his troublesome back injury.

Terry appointed captain of Englandupdated: Thu Aug 10 2006 11:19:00

Chelsea skipper John Terry has been appointed as the new England captain, the Football Association have confirmed.

Chelsea 'desperate' for Euro crownupdated: Mon Jul 31 2006 07:10:00

Captain John Terry hopes new signings Andriy Shevchenko and Michael Ballack will finally bring the Champions League trophy to Chelsea.

Terry back on PFA award shortlistupdated: Wed Apr 12 2006 08:18:00

John Terry, last year's winner, is again on the shortlist for the English Professional Footballers' Association player of the year award, along with Chelsea team mates Joe Cole and Frank Lampard.

Terry winner puts Chelsea 12 clearupdated: Sat Dec 10 2005 12:51:00

Captain John Terry headed the winner as champions Chelsea beat Wigan Athletic 1-0 to go 12 points clear at the top of the Premier League.

Chelsea boosted by Terry recoveryupdated: Fri Sep 09 2005 09:51:00

Chelsea captain John Terry has made a quick recovery from a knee injury and will return in time for their Champions League game against Anderlecht on Tuesday.

Chelsea heroes face summer surgeryupdated: Tue May 03 2005 07:02:00

Chelsea lynchpins Frank Lampard and John Terry are to undergo surgery to repair foot injuries at the end of the season - sidelining them from England's tour of the USA later this month.

New deal for Chelsea skipper Terryupdated: Tue Nov 09 2004 15:13:00

Chelsea and England defender John Terry has signed a revised five-year deal to stay with the Premier League leaders until 2009, the club said on Tuesday.

Terry is appointed Chelsea captainupdated: Fri Jul 23 2004 08:10:00

Jose Mourinho has made England defender John Terry Chelsea's new captain for next season.

Eriksson rules out gamble on Terryupdated: Fri Jun 11 2004 10:32:00

Central defender John Terry is out of England's Euro 2004 opener against holders France on Sunday, coach Sven-Goran Eriksson said on Friday.

Terry set deadline by anxious Svenupdated: Wed Jun 09 2004 11:00:00

England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has given defender John Terry until Friday to prove his fitness for Sunday's Euro 2004 opener against France in Lisbon.

Terry faces race against the clockupdated: Tue Jun 08 2004 10:07:00

England central defender John Terry missed training on Tuesday, raising fears he might not be fit for Sunday's opening Euro 2004 game with holders France.

England injury worry as Terry outupdated: Fri Jun 04 2004 10:28:00

England central defender John Terry will miss Saturday's friendly against Iceland in Manchester with a hamstring injury.

Terry withdraws from England squadupdated: Tue Feb 17 2004 11:15:00

Central defender John Terry has withdrawn from England's squad for their friendly against Portugal on Wednesday with a shin injury.

Terry's header floors Scarboroughupdated: Sat Jan 24 2004 09:34:00

Chelsea's multi-millionaires scraped past non-league Scarborough 1-0 in the fourth round of the FA Cup.

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