Anton, Rio Ferdinand to refuse 'Kick It Out' T-shirts?

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Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand and his brother Rio will reportedly refuse to wear T-shirts supporting the anti-racism group 'Kick It Out' this weekend.

Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand and Manchester United centre-back Rio Ferdinand are expected to protest against the 'Kick It Out' campaign this weekend.

The anti-racism group began their annual week of awareness yesterday and it is tradition for players to don a 'Kick It Out' T-shirt during the warm-up of their Premier League fixtures.

It is understood that the Ferdinand brothers will refuse to wear the tops ahead of their respective games due to Chelsea captain John Terry's four-match ban for racially abusing Anton during a West London clash last year, according to The Mirror.

Reading striker Jason Roberts led the boycott after claiming yesterday that he will refuse to wear the campaign's T-shirt.

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