The club mentions “unprofessional actions” as the reason to have called off the deal.
The exhibition celebrates the contributes of Jewish people to football in Germany and commemorates the victims of the Holocaust.
On 9 January the Trust presented their newest anti-homophobia banner as part of its long-standing commitment to challenge prejudice.
The three-years research initiative, which provides an insight view on football as a social and cultural phenomenon in Europe, will present its findings on 17 March, in Belgium.
Read Fare and Sports People’s Think Tank (SPTT) report on the underrepresentation of ethnic minorities in coaching jobs in English football.
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