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Paul Parker urges players to stand their ground if subjected to racist abuse

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Paul Parker urges players to stand their ground if subjected to racist abuse

Paul Parker urges players to stand their ground if subjected to racist abuse

Former England defender Paul Parker believes players should stand their ground and not walk off the pitch if they are subjected to racist abuse from the terraces.

Porto striker Moussa Marega was restrained by team-mates and opposition players as he reacted angrily to apparent monkey chants from Vitoria Guimaraes fans after scoring against his former club on Sunday.

Marega attempted to make a stand by leaving the pitch, gesturing to the home fans en route and was eventually substituted amid jeers from the stands.

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