Coach warns Serbian racists to stay away from Man U clash

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Coach warns Serbian racists to stay away from Man U clash

Partizan have played two games in this season’s Europa League behind closed doors due to crowd trouble

Zoran Milosavljevic

Partizan Belgrade fans must be on their best behaviour while supporting their team against Manchester United in their Europa League Group L clash on Thursday, the Serbian side’s coach Savo Milosevic said.

Serbian football has been rife with violence and racism in the last three decades following the former Yugoslavia’s bloody breakup and Partizan have played two games in this season’s Europa League behind closed doors due to crowd trouble.

“I expect sportsmanlike support from our fans and they should be aware just how significant this match is,” former Yugoslavia and Aston Villa striker Milosevic told a news conference on Wednesday...

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