Chelsea rule out wearing John Terry T-shirts

Some of the Chelsea players and staff proposed wearing T-shirts in support of John Terry, who has been charged with racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand. But Chelsea, who fully back Terry in his fight to clear his name, have confirmed they rejected the proposal.
A club spokesman said: "We were aware of the idea being discussed among some of the players and staff.
"The club fully supports John but did not think the wearing of T-shirts was an appropriate or helpful show of that support."
Earlier Liverpool was heavily criticised for allowing their players to wear T-shirts in support of Luis Suárez during the warm-up before Wednesday night's Premier League game at Wigan, following the striker's eight-match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra.


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