19 October 2012 Last updated at 18:18

Move on from John Terry-Anton Ferdinand racism row - Hughes

QPR manager Mark Hughes believes football "needs to move on" from the John Terry-Anton Ferdinand racism row.

The Chelsea captain received a four-game ban from the FA for racially abusing QPR's Ferdinand, despite Westminster Magistrates' Court clearing Terry back in July.

Speaking before QPR's game against Everton on Sunday, Hughes says "a lot of good work" has been done by the anti-racism campaign Kick It Out over the years - despite Reading striker Jason Roberts planning to snub the campaign this weekend in protest at a perceived lack of progress.