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UEFA is facing responsibilities

UEFA is facing responsibilities

In a speech to the United Nations member states in Geneva, UEFA President Michel Platini has emphasised UEFA's fierce determination to combat racism and intolerance.

Lukman HARUNA: “There is no racism in Dynamo”

Lukman HARUNA: “There is no racism in Dynamo”

The White-Blues midfielder Lukman Haruna has told about absence of racism in Dynamo:

Michel Platini: “We must clear football of racism”

Michel Platini: “We must clear football of racism”

UEFA presided Michel Platini is going to fight against racism by long odds.

Frank TEMILE: “In Dynamo they pay attention only to football qualities, but not to the coloration”

Frank TEMILE: “In Dynamo they pay attention only to football qualities, but not to the coloration”

Dynamo-2 Nigerian halfback Frank Temile has been playing for the White and Blues for five years already.

Football against racism in action

Football against racism in action

A special match under a slogan “Football against racism” has taken place at Dynamo Kyiv training complex.

Ex-Dynamo Kyiv striker: “I’m proud of Ukraine. There’s no racism here”

Ex-Dynamo Kyiv striker: “I’m proud of Ukraine. There’s no racism here”

Ex-Dynamo Kyiv striker Lucky Idahor has commented upon the UEFA decision to punish the White-Blues for some fans’ so-called racist behavior.

Dynamo searching for racism

Dynamo searching for racism

In early April the European Football Union Control and Disciplinary Committee informed FC Dynamo Kyiv of its decision of April 21, which refers to the racist behavior of some fans, noticed by FARE and UEFA representatives during two UEFA competitions games this season.

UEFA adopts Anti-Racism Resolution

UEFA adopts Anti-Racism Resolution

The Professional Football Strategy Council (PFSC), composed of representatives of Europe's national associations (UEFA), clubs (ECA), leagues (EPFL) and players (FIFPro Division Europe), unanimously adopted the below resolution aimed at combating racism and discrimination in football during its meeting on 27 March in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Football stars back UEFA and FARE anti-racism campaign

Football stars back UEFA and FARE anti-racism campaign

UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League matches also serve as a platform in the drive to banish racism and intolerance from the game.

Referees empowered to act against racism

Referees empowered to act against racism

UEFA's Executive Committee has approved guidelines for match officials to deal with serious racist incidents in stadiums.

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