John Terry captaincy sends wrong message - Gordon Taylor

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Terry captaincy sends wrong message - Taylor

PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor says John Terry remaining as Chelsea captain sends out the wrong message to those who have received abuse.

Terry did not appeal against the Football Association's four-match ban for racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand. The 31-year-old former England captain is still eligible to play for the club in Europe, however.

Anti-racism campaign Kick It Out has been criticised by more than 30 players including Rio Ferdinand and Jason Roberts, who refused to wear the organisation's T-shirts at the weekend in protest at a perceived lack of progress on racism in the game.

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