UK newspaper, The Guardian, has publish the results of a survey of Asian football fans in the UK. Nearly a quarter of Asian supporters said that they had witnessed racist abuse at matches. Most respondents did not let this deter them from attending matches and 60% thought that their club were active in stamping out racism.
A majority supported England and almost all felt comfortable flying the English St. George flag, as witnessed during the Euro 2004 championships. This shows how successfully the nation’s flag has been “reclaimed” from the racists.
Catch the full article at the Guardian's website.