All the eyes were on the pair of John Terry and Luis Suarez as the two trained before the Stamford Bridge crowd ahead of the titanic clash between Liverpool and Chelsea in the Barclays Premier League. The situation between the two has grown to such an extent that the game looks to be a non-existent factor. Luis Suarez has been brandished with claims of racial abuse by Manchester United left back Patrice Evra, while John Terry has been haunted by the claims of the same by QPR defender Anton Ferdinand. Both the cases will be heard by the FA in the next few weeks, and it is truly an anxious moment for the duo.
They both support their cause for eliminating racism from football by wearing a shirt that indicated the same. They have also been giving out vocal support in terms of eliminating the same from football and in real life. However, it seems that the media spotlight will not be going away from the duo until a verdict is reached on the situation. Both Luis Suarez and John Terry were wearing the T-shirt that showed the slogan ‘One Game, One Community’ prior to the match between Liverpool and Chelsea at Stamford bridge. However, many have said that this unexpected situation between the two was none more than a coincidence and there was nothing planned in terms of the T-shirts.
Luis Suarez has only been charged by the FA, but John Terry has been subjected to police investigation, which is a far greater situation in the case of the England captain. Luis Suarez has vehemently denied any claims of making racial abuse over Patrice Evra. There are also does not seem to be any video evidence relating to the same. Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has come out in support of his player.