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Anti-racism: Samba ban is wrong signal

Dynamo Moscow defender Christopher Samba has been banned for two matches by the Russian Football Union after responding to racist abuse in a match against Torpedo Moscow. FIFPro believes this is the wrong signal to the world of football. The Congolese defender, who has played for Blackburn Rovers and QPR made a hand gesture to Torpedo fans during the match on September 22nd. > Read more

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