ABSTRACT

In 1994, at the height of the anti-racist campaign in British football, one fanzine editorial read as follows:

e logos and slogans denouncing racism at matches look and sound great, but are ten years behind the times. e time to really stand up and shout was in the seventies/ early eighties … e majority of those who verbally abused black players have changed their tune with the emergence of black players throughout the country.