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Football Association general secretary Alex Horne believes players do have the right to walk off the pitch, but only if previous attempts to draw the abuse to the attention of the referee have been ignored.
Walk organiser Ute Smith said: "It's a great day out and an opportunity to blow away the cobwebs and walk off the excesses of Christmas.
wre ab w UEFA, the governing body, has said players who walk off ha in Ukraine and Poland in protest at racial abuse will be handed a yellow card.
He gave him the Mars Bar and that halted him slipping into a coma so when we got there we were able to help him to walk off.
VCbet - Australia v India Third Test special: 10 India to refuse to take to the field or walk off at anytime during the match.
A CMT knows that the HVAC company is a sub that doesn't get paid for waiting and that they'll walk off the site unless they get an answer in minutes.
The company was not successful in getting the money they sought - the registrar said they had no right to walk off site.
In recent months, U'wa council leaders faced down Occidental Petroleum's chairman amid warnings that the whole tribe would walk off a cliff if Oxy drilled on U'wa sacred lands in Colombia.
Blatter responded to last week's protest by AC Milan midfielder Kevin Prince-Boateng by saying players should not walk off the pitch, but that administrators should use harsh sanctions to deal with racism.
If clubs insisted these people did their jobs properly, no black player would feel the need to walk off a pitch again.
One day that will probably happen where black players walk off the pitch," he said.
UEFA president Michel Platini (above) has warned players will be booked if they walk off the pitch in protest, and Gerrard says they must approach the referee first.