AC Milan Players Walks off the fields due to Racist Chants

Its sad that till this Day we have to battle racism , its ugly.
                    AC Milan Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng, right, is flanked by his teammate Mathieu Flamini as he gestures towards the crowd in Busto Arsizio, near Milan, Italy, Thursday, Jan. 3, 2012. A friendly match between AC Milan and lower division club Pro Patria was abandoned Thursday after racist chants directed at Milan's black players, the latest incident of racial abuse that continues to blight the sport. After repeated chants directed his way, Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng picked up the ball and kicked it at a section of the crowd in the 26th minute of the first half. Boateng then took off his shirt and walked off the pitch with his Milan teammates. Urby Emanuelson, Sulley Muntari and M'Baye Niang were also targeted by the chants. (AP Photo/Emilio Andreoli)
A Friendly match between Italian clubs AC Milan and Pro Patria went wrong when, AC Milan Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng left the field. It was all fun and dandy until  racist slurs were directed at several black Milan players repeatedly, after racist chants being harshly directed his way by Pro Patria fans Kevin-Prince Boateng picked up the ball and kicked it at a section of the crowd in the 26th minute of the first half took off his shirt and walked off the field with his Milan teammates. Both teams walked and the game  did not resume. Piara Powar, executive director of European anti-discrimination group FARE, demanded strong action from the Italian FA, saying, ”We salute Kevin-Prince Boateng for his actions and his team-mates for their support. This is the not the first time a player has walked off in Italy - if the situation continues it may not be the last. Italy, as much as any country in Europe, has a serious problem of racism to deal with. Football infrastructure is in need of renewal and at serious odds with the changing nature of Italian society. We look forward to strong action by the FIGC (Italian FA).”