Referee Mark Clattenburg will miss a third round of Barclays Premier League matches as the investigation into alleged racism claims continue.
Kenny Dalglish recognises Liverpool wearing Luis Suarez T-shirts 'might not have been right' but it was not his order.
Former Chelsea player Paul Elliott believes there's an important place for the 'Kick It Out' campaign but feels everyone needs to join together and evolve as a collective in order to fight racism successfully.
PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle believes the tolerance level of racism is dropping as more players are raising awareness after more incidents are being reported.
Aberdeen's Jason Brown insists the PFA and Kick It Out need to step aside and let a new organisation combat racism.
Anton and Rio Ferdinand must explain their anger with the way football tackles racism, says Henry Winter.
John Terry has backed the Kick It Out campaign and has stressed Chelsea's wish to banish all forms of discrimination.
Mark Hughes does not expect Anton Ferdinand to show his support for Kick It Out before QPR's game at Arsenal.
Jason Roberts has refused to say whether he thinks John Terry is a racist but he would shake hands.
Arsene Wenger feels introducing the 'Rooney rule' to increase the number of black coaches would be a 'kind of racism'.
Reading striker Jason Roberts will refuse to wear a Kick It Out T-shirt again this weekend as he continues his protest.
Rio and Anton Ferdinand have expressed their disappointment with the 'actions' of the Football Association and PFA.
Ex-England international Dion Dublin discusses the failings in football's fight against racism.
Reading striker Jason Roberts wants the Kick It Out campaign tackling racism in football to have better funding.
Football Association chief executive David Bernstein insists he understands the frustration of Anton Ferdinand.
Football Association chairman David Bernstein has promised the level of sanctions for racial abuse will be reassessed.
PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle wants to meet Rio Ferdinand and Jason Roberts over a breakaway union for black players.
Arsene Wenger feels the formation of a breakaway black players' union would be detrimental to the fight against racism.
Newcastle's Demba Ba insists he will not become the latest player to boycott the Kick It Out anti-racism campaign.
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor fears the current divide could set the anti-racism campaign back years.
With Chelsea in this form they can conquer Europe and the Premier League, writes Adam Bate.