Supporters want to change reputation of club

icon racism21 October ~ Ahead of their team’s Champions League home match against Manchester City, which will be played behind closed doors, some CSKA Moscow fans have set up an initiative to change public opinion of their club. UEFA closed the Russian club’s stadium for three matches after repeated racist behaviour by their supporters. Now a social media campaign, organised around the hashtag #CSKAFansAgainstRacism, aims to promote a welcoming environment inside the stadium and among fans. FARE have more information on the group.

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