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Wahab also ruled out reports that the snub has forced him to take a back seat from cricket.
Should Ferdinand snub Terry's handshake, it will mark another chapter in what has been a turbulent year or so for Chelsea's skipper.
SNUB Neil He said: "They play "They play Champions League, Champions League, league games and cup league games and cup games for their clubs.
From Back Page former Manchester United team-mate of Ferdinand's brother Rio, made a personal decision to snub Terry.
The researcher has warned that those with snub noses are often viewed as lacking in maturity.
THE comments from Leanne Wood about her so-called snub to the Queen are spot on ("Plaid AM criticised over Queen 'snub'", June 4).
Stander: Given controversial call; Fraser: Snub for qualifiers
Labour AM Leighton Andrews said, 'This was a disgraceful snub to the business community in Wales by the Conservative Party.
Kirklees Council leader Clr Robert Light today hit out at a snub over cash for investigating ideas to beat traffic congestion.
Today a furious former Reds striker John Aldridge said: "It's a huge snub for the lads.
3 What led researchers at UCLA to believe that our brain registers a snub the same way it registers physical pain?
LEGENDARY rock band Electric Light Orchestra has stunned home fans with an amazing concert snub.