Date: 26th April 2012 at 4:45pm
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With Queens Park Rangers visiting Stamford Bridge this weekend and with the history between the two clubs still causing friction, in particular the Terry and Ferdinand spat, the scene is set for another altercation this weekend.

Although the suited gentlemen in charge of running our game have decreed that the ‘handshake ritual` will be adhered to, the mood form the Queens Park Rangers camp is that if Rio were to be seen to shake hands with JT it might, possibly, be seen as an act of reconciliation.

With this in mind, legal advice is being sorted with a spokesperson from Loftus Road remarking to the news hacks of the tabloid press,

“This is still a very sensitive issue and a serious court case is pending so that`s why Anton is wise to take advice.”

The best solution would be for there to be no contact between the two teams before the match. But the Premier League insist on both sides shaking hands before kick-off.”

“So Anton, and maybe the rest of the Rangers players, must decide whether they should shake hands with him or not – and find what the implications are if they do or they don`t.”


Perhaps a solution would have been for JT to miss the game but with Ivanovic still suspended and Luiz and Cahill injured, JT remains our only fully-fit centre back and will, we presume, start the game.



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