Manchester City F.C.

TV footage appeared to show Chelsea fan directing racist language towards footballer.
The incident comes just days after Manchester City's Raheem Sterling was racially abused.
"Young black men do not deserve to be abused in their place of work," one campaigner tells HuffPost UK.
"This is a big moment for the media and for football. It’s a wake-up call."
Anfield is not just a stadium but emotion, intensity, history and folklore all woven together
Hatred in football remains completely unnecessary and any grown adult who hates people for supporting a different football club needs to have a look in the mirror
Hard-nosed business and the emotive world of football come together.
Not everyone in football is complaining about the pernicious influence of big business on the beautiful game. Fans of Chelsea