QPR defender Anton Ferdinand will be unmoved by any Chelsea fans who abuse him from the stands as the two sides meet in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday.
The game will be Ferdinand's first at Stamford Bridge since accusations he suffered racial abuse from Chelsea skipper John Terry last October, who now faces a court case in July to answer those allegations. Terry denies the charges.
Ferdinand, 27, said he is more interested in securing a positive result as QPR look to remain in the top flight rather than listen to any jeers from the crowd. "The Chelsea fans believe what they want to believe. They have their own view on what's gone on and if they are going to give me stick, that's their problem," he told the London Evening Standard.
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