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'Ludicrous' attention on Terry handshake

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Chelsea play Queens Park Rangers for the first time since John Terry allegedly racially abused QPR defender Anton Ferdinand. The latest news in the build-up to today's game is a report that Anton Ferdinand was sent some kind of letter containing a bullet or shotgun cartridge.

The BBC's Tim Franks says it is "ludicrous" that so much attention has been placed on whether or not John Terry and Anton Ferdinand will shake hands.


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