From the Sunday papers: John Terry race row flares again to disappointment for Olympic beach volleyball fans
Chelsea captain is found innocent, but the case raises plenty of questions
Bank increases outlay by almost 50 per cent as EPL cements reputation as Europe's richest
Opinion digest: the John Terry racial abuse trial and coalition wobbles
Trouble started because when Ferdinand raised Terry's affair with French lingerie model
The Chelsea captain's court case finally begins at Westminster Magistrates today
Former England coach gets his own back for Wayne Rooney's 'lost in translation' remark
Two more footballers enter England's hall of infamy: how missing from the spot became a national sport
The progress of Roy Hodgson's men at Euro 2012 has restored reputations, but can it last?
But are fans right to brand Blatter hypocritical? He apologised in 2010 and GLT is almost here
For once it was England’s opponents who had a goal disallowed – and with Sweden beating France, Hodgson’s men topped their group
Temperatures may be sky-high and expectations sub-zero, but is the nation finds hope in determination
England's plans for Euro 2012 overshadowed as anti-racism group considers its options
Opinion digest: the Royal Jubilee, fears for the eurozone and football racism
Danny Welbeck wins it for Roy Hodgson's team, but John Terry and Gary Cahill are injured
We know about Terry and Oxlade Chamberlain but how did Milner and Downing get selected?
Roy Hodgson's announcement is likely to be greeted with a shrug as fans go cold on England
Peter Crouch and Micah Richards surplus to requirements, call up for Bobby Zamora?
The big striker could force his way into Roy Hodgson's squad after finding his form
Roy Hodgson has to choose between Chelsea skipper and Rio Ferdinand