Date: 14th October 2010 at 6:25pm
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Rotherham United are just one of the seventy two Football League clubs that are joining in the Kick It Out‘s annual One Game One Community week which focuses on all forms of discrimination in the game including gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability and colour of skin.

Speaking to the Football League Official Site, Lord Herman Ouseley, the Chairman of Kick it Out, said, ‘The One Game One Community weeks of action provide the annual opportunity to highlight the good things that are being done by many committed people in tackling unacceptable behaviour.’

Football League Chairman, Greg Clarke said, ‘Kick It Out should be applauded for the lead they have taken on diversity issues. The Football League and its clubs will play our part in supporting their work.’

Most of the Football League clubs have appointed a first team player as a One Game One Community Ambassador and the Millers have Dale Tonge in that role.

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