Kick It Out campaign launch
This week continues a programme of action by the ‘Kick It Out’ movement, football’s inclusion and equality campaign, in the run up to the launch of the ‘One Game One Community’ weeks of action on Thursday, 14th. October, 2010 (http://www.kickitout.org/158.php). The campaign will also see all 92
professional clubs show their support by hosting a day of action at their respective home games.
Clubs in all four divisions have nominated ambassadors for the week of action, with Nigerian international, Dickson Etuhu, representing Fulham FC. Our ex-players, Dean Leacock, Zesh Rehman and Elliott Omozusi fulfill the same role at Derby County, Bradford City and Leyton Orient.
One of the major events in the south-east on 14th. is being held at Fulham FC and continues the club’s welcome support for equality and diversity in football. The evening forum, to be held in the Trophy Room from 18.00-21.00, has a disability theme (http://www.kickitout.org/1205.php).
The Fulham Supporters’ Trust gives whole-hearted support to the aims of ‘Kick It Out’, noting the good nature and generosity of Fulham’s fans in accepting diversity, making Craven Cottage popular with visiting players and fans alike. In turn, this aids the friendly reception afforded to the club and its fans on their travels, in particular during our forays in the Europa League last season. We urge our members and fans of Fulham in general to give support to and participate in the weeks of action