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Man City's Kompany wants zero tolerance towards racism

In the wake of more racist behaviour, this time in Italy, Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany wants a zero tolerance stance on the issue.

AC Milan's mid-season friendly with Pro Patria was called off because of abuse directed at Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari and Kompany reacted strongly on Twitter saying there needs to be more action against racism.

"Act of racism against Boateng during Milan's friendly. How about becoming extremely intolerant towards racist idiots? They need to be told," Kompany wrote.

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