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Black Players At Euro 2012 Were Racially Abused By Fans Before The Tournament Even Started

Euro 2012 opens today in Poland, but fears of fan abuse and racist chants throughout the tournament increased yesterday when members of the Dutch national team were racially abused during a practice session in Krakow, Poland. According to a report by The Telegraph, black players from the Netherlands were subjected to monkey chants from a crowd of 500 people during a warm-up run.
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