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HARRISON, N.J. (AP) — The New York Red Bulls have withdrawn their Under-15 and U17 teams from an upcoming MLS Next tournament because of “racist incidents against players.”

The club says players on its U17 team were victims of racism during two recent Generation Adidas Cup matches and adds that “match officials didn’t take action.”

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4/4/2024 |  Spain: Uneven battle for Rayo Vallecano’s stadium continues (StadiumDB.com) For several months the club's authorities have had reports of the deplorable state of Campo de Vallecas, but the information has been concealed and no reform has taken place. Fans are still struggling to stay at the ground, but more and more people are asking - does a tragedy have to happen for someone to react? 

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