UEFA urges Arsenal to report racism

March 20, 2003
By Bill Barclay
LONDON, March 20 (Reuters) - UEFA has urged Arsenal to make an official complaint if their players suffered racist abuse from the crowd in Wednesday's Champions League defeat at Valencia.

Valencia striker John Carew, who scored both goals in the Spanish side's 2-1 win that eliminated Arsenal, had to ask a section of the home fans to stop shouting racist abuse during the game.

UEFA, European soccer's ruling body, has launched a campaign to stamp out racism in the game and spokesman ...

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