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Thursday, 21 October 2010

Report racial slurs United fans urged (UK)

Oxford United fans are being urged to report any racist abuse they hear at Saturday’s home game.

The club is backing a national initiative that includes a hotline to report racist comments or chants.

The U’s face Northampton Town at the Kassam Stadium.

Club spokesman Chris Williams said: “Racism will not be tolerated at Oxford United.

“Fans can play their part by using the hotline if they hear anything racist and make it a level playing field for all.”

The club are supporting this year’s One Game, One Community fortnight which incorporates the long-running Kick It Out campaign.

Chris Wilder’s men will warm up ahead of the match wearing T-shirts in support of the nationwide initiative.

The Kick It Out campaign began in 1993 to stamp out racism, but the scheme has evolved to put the spotlight on issues of gender, sexual orientation, religion and disability.

Each of the 72 league clubs and 20 premier sides have appointed a One Game, One Community ambassador.

At Oxford United on Saturday, the guard of honour from young fans that greets the players’ entrance to the pitch will feature flags and banners backing the scheme.

And United’s players will throw their campaign shirts into the crowd before kick-off.

Captain James Constable, United’s One Game, One Community ambassador, said: “We are very proud to support the week of action.

“We all wore the T-shirts for the warm-up at Macclesfield and realise the huge impact that the Kick it Out campaigns have had over the last 17 years.

“It is great that the scheme is now able to expand and bring in all the other areas as well.

“We will be more than happy to help spread the word against Northampton.”

The hotline number is 0800 1699414. For more details about the campaign go to kickitout.org

Oxford Times