Love him or loathe him, John Terry is England's captain for the time being.
Having once lost the captaincy after allegedly sleeping with another player's ex-girlfriend, Terry now faces losing the captaincy for a second time if found guilty of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
At the age of 31, Terry's time as captain is on the wane anyhow.
Perhaps one or two major tournaments at most stand between him and international retirement, so who should we consider as his replacement if manager Fabio Capello does strip him due to the racism row?
Some of England's more experienced internationals now have a limited shelf life due to their age, so should we look at a long-term replacement rather than one who might just take the position on an interim basis?
Whatever your opinion on the matter, here we'll take a look at some of Terry's potential replacements.