Ac Milan to constitute Anti-Racism Task Force


Italian giants "AC Milan" have announced their intention to launch an anti-racism task force to tackle racial discrimination in the Italian football.


Ac Milan's initiative had undergone several months in planning, but following several high-profile racial incidents in Italian football, they accelerated matters to launch at the Derby della Madonnina against bitter rivals "Inter Milan" on Saturday.



The match fixtures has been nick named the "Derby Against Racism", as the Rossoneri aim to "demonstrate solidarity with some of the most high-profile targets of the negative behaviour".



This announcement comes in the wake of Ac Milan midfielder Franck Kessie and Inter forward "Romelu Lukaku" who were alleged to have been victims of racist abuse during matches in September.


It was also recalled that an Italian football pundit was suspended from television show TopCalcio24 for using a racist remark when praising the performances of Belgian striker Lukaku.

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