LondonEnglandFans to debate racism in football
LondonEnglandFans is hosting a panel discussion focusing on racism in football both domestically and internationally, and whether an ‘English way’ of playing the game still exists, at its annual One Game, One Community weeks of action event this evening (27 October).
The guest panel, which includes former Scotland international and now Radio 5live pundit, Pat Nevin, and the author of ‘Those Feet: A Sensual History of English Football’, David Winner, will be debating the recent high-profile incidents which have occurred in the English leagues and elsewhere.
The discussion will also take a particular look at the impact had by successive foreign managers being placed in charge of the national team, the influx of the finest players from across the world, the variety of nationalities coaching at club level, and the traditional English reliance on ‘getting stuck in’.
Taking place at The Queens Head, 15 Denman Street, London W1D 7HN, the forum is free and starts at 7pm. All welcome.
To see a full list of events taking place during Kick It Out’s One Game, One Community weeks of action, please click here.