The increase in Racism incidents across Europe and particularly the Premier League has called for concern among some stakeholders in Europe with the last incident coming from the game between England and Bulgaria.
Bulgurian fans showed some racist behaviour during the game which led to the call for the end of racism in European football and the Premier League in particular.
Leicester City’s Hamza Choudhury was the recent Premier League player to experience racism.
In a bid to end the menace in the English Premier League, the league organizers has made it clear that it would no longer tolerate racist and or racist behaviour.
We stand with the @premierleague and all other Clubs.
— Manchester City (@ManCity) October 18, 2019
The campaing is expected to kickstart from Saturday 19, October 2019.
The move will further involve the use of CCTV cameras to watch fans and supporters behaviour during matches.
We completely agree. Thanks for your support in showing there's #NoRoomForRacism 👊
— Premier League (@premierleague) October 18, 2019
The Premier League body is also organizing steps geared at taking down racism entierly on their platform.
Steps to further achieved this,the Premier League board has created a portal where people can report issues of racism. To report such visit PremierLeague.com/reportracism
Manchester City have drawn up their support for the campaign against racism in the Premier League.