John Terry the former England international and current Chelsea captain, who has been at the epicentre of recent racial abuse allegations, has been the inspiration of a new initiative by anti-racism campaigners which has become known as the Kick Him Out campaign.
Terry, 31, was found 'not guilty' in the High Court over racist abuse charges levelled at him when he spoke rather discourteously to the Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand at Loftus Road.
Subsequent FA action found him 'guilty', making a mockery of the High Court's decision, but life went on.
Now, however, comes the news that millions, if not billions, of football fans and sundry other 'balanced' people the world over have gathered together, singing from the same hymn sheet, to demand that the Blues skipper is kicked out of, not just the national team, but also the national game.
Leading protagonist, Wendy Sokomo, a staunch follower of Championship side Hull City, said:
"He's an utter disgrace. People like him shouldn't be playing football, they should be working on slave ships."
Others agreed. One agreer, Roderick Ferdinand, said:
"I agree with what that woman said."
John Terry will probably receive a knighthood in the near future.