Racism in football again hit the headlines in Europe. Last Tuesday, a black player for Italian team Juventus was jeered by fans after scoring in a road game against Cagliari.
It led to a storm of protest at the highest level of the sport – particularly after another high profile incident just a week before.
CGTN’s Guy Henderson reports on a German club that’s no stranger to such abuse.
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- Ged Grebby is the founder and chief executive of Show Racism the Red Card.
- John Gubba is a documentary filmmaker and football historian.
- Dario Brentin is a researcher at the University of Graz.
- Chuka Onwumechili is a communications professor at Howard University.
Danny Rose 'can't wait' to quit football because of racism.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) April 5, 2019
— ITV News (@itvnews) April 5, 2019
"The best way to combat racism is fighting."
Pep Guardiola tells Danny Rose quitting football will not beat racism. pic.twitter.com/8FErVzGLkh
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) April 5, 2019