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Ndubisi Egbo: The Nigerian Coach Proving Racists Wrong In Albania

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The first African coach to take a team to the European Champions League, Ndubisi Egbo of Albanian side KF Tirana, has spoken...

Sulley Muntari Urges Black Footballers To Walk Off The Pitch If Racially Abused

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Former Black Stars midfielder, Sulley Muntari has urged other black footballers to abandon a football match if they suffer racial abuse during the...

Stephen Appiah Explains Why Racism Continues To Exist In Football

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Former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah, says he has never personally suffered racial discrimination throughout his footballing career but has thrown light...

12-Year-Old Boy Arrested Over Racial Abuse On Zaha

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An arrest has been made after racist messages were sent to Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha ahead on Sunday's game against Aston...

Wilfried Zaha Subjected To Racial Abuse On Social Media

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Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has been racially abused by a football fan on social media ahead of a Premier League game...

Arsenal Legend Ian Wright Racially Abused On Social Media Again!

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright has been subjected to racial abuse once again. In May 2020, Wright posted screenshots of...

Amaarae Calls For Support To Fight Racial Abuse And Justice Against The Abuse...

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Ghanaian Afro-soul musician, Amaarae has put up a list of organizations that people could make donations to, to help fight the oppression...

Arsenal Legend Ian Wright Racially Abused On Instagram

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Arsenal legend Ian Wright has been receiving random racially abusive messages from a young man on Instagram. Ian Wright...

Director General Of WHO Receives Death Threats Over COVID-19

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The Director General of the World Health Organisation has said that he has received death threats following the outbreak of the coronavirus.

Trabzonspor Condemn Racial Abuse Targeted At Nigeria’s John Mikel Obi

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Turkish side Trabzonspor have condemned racial abuse aimed at former Chelsea midfielder John Mikel Obi following their win over Fenerbahce on Saturday.