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Brothers Rio and Anton Ferdinand will lead a boycott of this weekend's planned anti-racism campaign.
ARCHIVE: PAPER CHASE
Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:
Injured Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker, 32, could be sidelined until Christmas as he is struggling to recover from Achilles surgery.
Southampton are lining up a fresh bid of £5.5m for PSV Eindhoven striker Jeremain Lens after having had an offer of £4m turned down by the Dutch club in the summer.
John Terry has been hit with another £320,000 fine by Chelsea after finally saying sorry for abusing Anton Ferdinand.
Defender John Terry, 31, has been told he will be sold by Chelsea if he is ever found guilty of racial abuse again.
Burnley, Ipswich, Birmingham and Blackpool are tracking Oldham's former Everton forward Jose Baxter.
Sheffield United are keen on Crystal Palace midfielder Stuart O'Keefe.
Stuart Pearce and Roy Hodgson will go head to head next summer for Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Liverpool hope to take advantage of the breakdown in contract negotiations between Birmingham City and 18-year-old winger Nathan Redmond.
John Terry will retain the Chelsea captaincy and could lead the side as early as next Tuesday after he finally apologized for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand almost a year ago and announced he would not appeal against the four-match ban handed down by the Football Association.
Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill will speak to Danny Rose to determine whether he is in the right state of mind to face Newcastle in Sunday's North-East derby after he was racially abused playing for England Under-21s in Serbia on Tuesday.
Hull City want to sign Stoke's Honduras international Wilson Palacios on an emergency loan.
John Terry will captain Chelsea in their Champions League match against Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday, just five days after finally offering a qualified apology for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
Roy Hodgson, the England manager, believes that the "dogfight" his team find themselves in simply to secure a place at the 2014 World Cup finals could help, rather than hinder, their chances of surpassing expectations in Brazil