Warnock: AVB must back Terry

England skipper Terry was charged earlier this week with a
‘racially aggravated public order offence’ following an alleged
incident during Chelsea’s defeat at QPR in October. Terry, who has
been accused of using a racial slur towards QPR defender Anton
Ferdinand, is due to appear before West London Magistrates Court on
1 February. Villas-Boas has offered his full backing to the
centre-half and is confident Terry’s form will not be affected by
the situation. Warnock, who on Friday expressed his belief that
racism in English football is minimal, understands why Villas-Boas
is standing by his skipper. “I think you should support your player
until you know everything in writing and what the alleged offences
are,” said Warnock. “I don’t think you can do anything else because
that is what our justice system is all about. “At every club you
support your players the best you can whatever you think is right.”