Chelsea captain John Terry will wear an anti-racism t-shirt to promote the organisation KickItOut whilst warming up on Sunday, The
Terry is at the centre of racial abuse claims made by QPR defender Anton Ferdinand and is being investigated by the Football Association. The England captain will lead out his Blues side in the final fixtures of KickItOut’s ‘weeks of action’ aimed at raising awareness over the problems in football involving racism.
The racism investigations into Terry have provoked comments from FIFA Fair Play Committee member Tokyo Sexwale: ‘John Terry is also captain of the England football team. It is not helpful for any side to honour him with the captain’s armband whilst the case is ongoing’.
The Chelsea man will also be joined by Liverpool forward Luis Suarez, who has been charged with racial abuse towards Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.
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