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We Must Move on After Handshake Row-PFA Chief Taylor

London : United Kingdom | Sep 17, 2012 at 5:13 PM PDT
Source: International Herald Tribune
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British football must move on and stop the current handshake row from becoming a "mafia feud", Professional Footballers' Association chief Gordon Taylor said on Monday. Queen's Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand refused to shake the hand of Chelsea's John Terry before a Premier... FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
 
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