Chelsea chief executive, Ron Gourlay quits club
Chelsea chief executive, Ron Gourlay quits club

Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay said on Wednesday he was leaving Stamford Bridge after a decade in which Chelsea were crowned kings of Europe but also suffered plenty of off-field dramas too.

Rio Ferdinand slams John Terry over racism row
Rio Ferdinand slams John Terry over racism row

Rio Ferdinand has said he finds it "impossible to forgive" John Terry in a racism row involving his brother Anton.

No way back for Terry says England manager

Former England captain John Terry will not be brought of international retirement to play at this year`s World Cup finals in Brazil, manager Roy Hodgson said on Wednesday.

Jose Mourinho surprised John Terry called time on England career

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes his captain John Terry may have acted too hastily in deciding to make himself unavailable for the England team.

Cole, Ferdinand in `tense` stand-off outside LA nightclub

Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole and Queens Park Rangers (QPR) defender Anton Ferdinand had reportedly come into a tense stand-off outside a nightclub in Los Angeles.

Chelsea not offering John Terry new deal in bid to ‘remove old guard’ from club

Chelsea will reportedly not be offering John Terry a new contract when his current deal expires at the end of next season, it has emerged.

John Terry to remain Chelsea captain despite accepting FA racism charge

John Terry will remain as Chelsea captain despite not contesting his FA punishment for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand, the club have confirmed.

Anti-racism campaigners slam Terry’s belated apology in Ferdinand row

Chelsea captain John Terry’s belated apology, after 361 days uttering racist words to Anton Ferdinand, has angered anti-racism campaigners and senior black players at the official response to the case.

Chelsea defender John Terry opts against appeal over four-game ban

John Terry has announced he will not be contesting the Football Association`s decision to ban him for four matches.

Di Matteo warns Chelsea players to respect rules or face action

Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo has warned his players to respect rules set by the club as well as the Football Association (FA), and also reminded them of the value of the club’s public image.

FA can seek bigger ban for Terry in Ferdinand racial abuse case

The Football Association might look to increase the four games ban given to former England captain John Terry for racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.

John Terry is not a racist: Jose Mourinho

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho insists that Chelsea defender John Terry is not a racist despite the four-match ban handed to him for racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.

John Terry banned for four games by FA

Chelsea captain John Terry has been banned for four games and fined £220,000 after being found guilty of racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand by the FA.

QPR 0-0 Chelsea: Di Matteo`s men denied in fiery west London derby

The hysteria surrounding Anton Ferdinand`s non-handshake with John Terry failed to translate itself into goals at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon.

FA charge John Terry over alleged abuse of Anton Ferdinand

Chelsea captain John Terry has been charged by the FA in relation to the abuse he directed at Anton Ferdinand in the club`s fiery clash with QPR last season, but has immediately denied any wrongdoing and will seek a personal hearing.

No respite for Terry, just yet

The FA announced its decision immediately after Terry was cleared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court for racially abusing Ferdinand during the Premier League match between Chelsea and QPR last October.

Chelsea captain Terry found not guilty of racism charges

Chelsea captain John Terry has been found not guilty of racially abusing QPR centre-back Anton Ferdinand, following a five-day trial at Westminster Magistrates` Court.

Ashley Cole defends teammate Terry in racism trial

Chelsea striker Ashley Cole has come out in defence of teammate John Terry, saying he should not have been made to stand trial over a case of alleged racial abuse.

Ferdinand paranoid on England career

Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has said he fears his England career is over after being dropped from the Engalnd squad for Euro 2012 by manager Roy Hodgson.

No handshake again as Chelsea meet QPR in Premier League

The Premier League have agreed that no handshakes will take place in the match between Queens Park Rangers and Chelsea on Sunday because of tensions between John Terry and Anton Ferdinand.