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Kick It Out Urges ManU Fans To Stop Singing Racist Romelu Lukaku Song

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 20 / 17

ManU has been asked to stop its supporters from "singing a song about Romelu Lukaku's manhood," according to Paul Hirst of the LONDON TIMES. Football anti-discrimination campaign group Kick It Out claims that the chant is "offensive, discriminatory...

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