Thursday, February 2, 2012

Chelsea footballer John Terry will remain England captain and play at Euro 2012 if selected. Terry was at Westminster Magistrate's Court on February 1 where it was decided his upcoming court case will be heard after this summer's European football championships.

John Terry maintains that he is innocent of racist remarks allegedly made against QPR's Anton Ferdinand during a match in October 2011. In a statement issued on behalf of Terry on Wednesday, his legal representative said: "Mr Terry denies making any racist statement, and will establish in court that he is not guilty of any such offence." 
England's next international fixture is against Holland at Wembley on February 29.