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Fifa has condemned a racially-charged tweet by Russian champions Spartak Moscow which again spotlighted concerns about racism in this year's World Cup host nation. [Read More]
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Spartak Moscow send racist "chocolate" tweet Rocha, Fernando and Luiz Adriano are all black.Spartak Moscow are embroiled in a fresh racism row after posting a tweet about three black players.The post, which has subsequently been deleted, was released on the club's official and verified Twitter account on Saturday and included emoji symbols of chocolate bars and a sunshine in the headline. Deletes repetition of Russian Federation hosting World Cup detail. A message which translated... [Read More]
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Russian soccer champion Spartak Moscow has been accused of racism after a tweet which appeared to refer to its black players as "chocolates." Authorities have said they will crack down on racism ahead of the World Cup. [Read More]
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Russian soccer champion Spartak Moscow has been accused of racism after a tweet which appeared to refer to its black players as "chocolates." Authorities have said they will crack down on racism ahead of the World Cup. [Read More]
Russian champions Spartak Moscow have published a racially-charged tweet that sparked outrage in the international soccer community as the country prepares to ... [Read More]
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'SEE HOW CHOCOLATE MELTS IN THE SUN'... [Read More]
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Video of black players captioned 'look at how the chocolates are melting under the sun'... [Read More]
Spartak Moscow have been condemned by anti-racism groups after a controversial video of three black players was posted on their official Twitter page... [Read More]
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Russian soccer champion Spartak Moscow has been accused of racism after tweeting a message which appeared to refer to its own black players as "chocolates." A video posted on the club's Twitter account showed…... [Read More]
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Russian club Spartak Moscow have landed themselves in the middle of a racism storm after they posted a video of some black members of their squad training in the sunshine with the caption "see how chocolate melts in the sun". The tweet was posted on Saturday morning at 9.16am from the club's official and verified Twitter account. Spartak were immediately condemned on social media and urged to delete the tweet and apologise for what was described as Twitter users as an outright racist comment. [Read More]
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A tweet from the club described three black players training outdoors as 'chocolates' melting in the sun... [Read More]
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It comes as Russia prepare to host the 2018 World Cup this summer... [Read More]
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SPARTAK MOSCOW have been dragged into a racism storm following a shocking tweet. The Russian champions, who were in the Champions League this season, posted a video of a group of their black footba…... [Read More]
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Spartak Moscow have been accused of racism after tweeting the video of three black players stretching during a warm-weather training session in the United Arab Emirates. [Read More]
Russian soccer champion Spartak Moscow has been accused of racism after tweeting a message which appeared to refer to its own black players as "chocolates." A video posted on the club's Twitter account showed Brazilian players Luis Adriano, Pedro Rocha and Fernando exercising during a training camp in the United Arab Emirates. A message which translated as "see how the chocolates melt in the sun" accompanied the video, followed by three emojis of a smiley face. [Read More]
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SANTOS defender Lucas Verissimo has been the subject of a transfer swoop from an unnamed English team. [Read More]
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