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Saturday January 5 2013
Milan and Udinese against racism

On Sunday afternoon clubs including Milan and Udinese will have anti-racism messages before their games.

This week Kevin-Prince Boateng walked off during a friendly between Milan and Pro Patria after repeated racist insults from a small section of the crowd.

His Rossoneri teammates joined him in walking away to terminate the match in the industrial town of Busto Arsizio.

Milan have announced they will step on to the field for tomorrow’s Serie A game with Siena wearing special shirts displaying an anti-racism message.

Udinese also confirmed they’ll have a group of children before kick-off in their match against Inter carrying a banner on this issue.

Pro Patria are making their own statement, giving free tickets to the black community this week.

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