Players reject anti-racism shirts
Mon, 22 Oct 2012 6:44p.m.
A growing number of Premier League footballers have chosen not to wear t-shirts promoting an anti-racism campaign.
Nine players joined the boycott for this morning's match between Queens Park Rangers and Everton.
The players are protesting a perceived lack of action to combat racism in the game.
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