Footage shows the reason the whole incident started.
Video footage has emerged of how the row between Chelsea captain John Terry and QPR defender Anton Ferdinand started.
The incident has since turned into a Football Association investigation after allegations of racial abuse from Terry to Ferdinand.
The video clearly shows Ferdinand elbowing Terry twice – once in the head, the other on the shoulder – which clearly the Blues man was not happy about.
News of the England captain, who denies the claims, yelling the obscenities broke on the internet and through social media sites.
There is confusion about what was actually said and who heard what but Anton’s cousin, Les Ferdinand, wants Terry to be banned if found guilty.
“If John Terry has said something he needs to come out and say it,” Les said. “If he hasn’t, let’s get it sorted and out of the way.
“I was asked to look at it on the internet and I’ve seen what’s said – unfortunately, you are not privy to the whole conversation.
“The FA, FIFA and UEFA have been in positions to stamp out a few problems which have reared their ugly heads in the last few years but they haven’t done so or they haven’t done it diligently enough.
“When you look at the punishments dished out, it lets you know these people don’t think there is a racist problem in football.
“They need to make a statement. That means bans instead of fines – that’s the only way it’s going to work.”