Players gang up on Terry: Park joins Ferdinand race protest by snubbing Chelsea captain



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Posted Sunday, September 16, 2012 by Dailymail

John Terry was on the receiving end of a humiliating double snub on Saturday as the festering atmosphere over the claim that he racially abused QPR defender Anton Ferdinand threatened to come to the boil all over again.

Terry was cleared of the offence at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in July but still faces a Football Association charge over allegations that have hung over the 31-year-old Chelsea skipper since the two clubs met in October.

On Saturday at Loftus Road, they faced each other for the first time in the Premier League since that day - and Terry found himself doubly embarrassed when he was snubbed in the pre-match handshake by both Ferdinand and, unexpectedly, QPR captain Ji-sung Park.

Players gang up on Terry: Park joins Ferdinand race protest by snubbing Chelsea captain
Controversy: All focus was on Anton Ferdinand and John Terry as the pair met for the first time since the latter was acquitted of racially abusing the former during a Premier League game last season

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