Capello says players should stage sit-down protests against racism

FILE PHOTO: Former England manager Fabio Capello at The King Power Stadium, Leicester, UK - 24/4/16 Reuters / Darren Staples/File Photo

MILAN (Reuters) – Footballers in Italy’s Serie A should stage sit-down protests on the pitch if there is racist chanting during a match, former Juventus, AC Milan and Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello suggested on Monday. Italian football has struggled to stop racist behaviour by fans and the problem returned to the spotlight on Boxing […]

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