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Coleraine Chronicle

20 Railway Road

Coleraine, County Armagh BT52 1PD

United Kingdom

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The Coleraine Chronicle provides unrivalled local news, sport and advertising in the Coleraine Borough. ... more

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Crusaders captain Colin Coates tangles with Coleraine striker Leon Knight in the box during Saturday's Carling Premiership game.

The front pairing of Curtis Allen and Leon Knight were up against a tough-tackling Crues defence but stuck to their task with little reward.
Knight appeared to be impeded by the one-time NI international defender in the Crusaders' penalty area but referee Brian Turkington was unmoved by Knight's appeal for a spot-kick.
Crusaders went close to scoring minutes later when Michael Halliday, so often the scourge of Coleraine in the past, rattled a post with a well-struck shot before Knight drew a fantastic save from O'Neill after a clever turn and volley.

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Time for Blatter to go says Knight

Thursday, 24 November 2011
Time for Blatter to go says Knight thumbnail Coleraine players help Leon Knight celebrate his goal, the opener, in Friday night's 2-0 defeat of Carrick Rangers. The striker says FIFA president Sepp Blatter should stand down in the wake of comments made last week.
COLERAINE striker Leon Knight says FIFA president Sepp Blatter should step down in the wake of his remarks about racism in football. Knight, who admits he has encountered racism throughout his career, argues that Blatter's latest comments prove that he is not fit to head football's world governing body. "He should definitely stand down," said Knight. "He has come out with some ludicrous remarks over the years but these latest comments are the icing on the cake. "I don't know what planet he lives on to be honest. For him to say that there is no racism in football is just incredible, especially with what is happening in England at the moment." The FIFA chief sparked outrage when he told a reporter that incidents of racist abuse on the pitch could be settled by a post-match handshake. "There is no racism," he said. "There is maybe one of the players towards another, he has a word or a gesture which is not the correct one, but also the one who is affected by that, he should say that this is a game. "We are in a game, and at the end of the game, we shake hands, and this can happen," he added. Blatter later apologised, saying that he 'deeply regretted' using 'unfortunate words,' but that hasn't stopped leading football figures demanding he step down. For Knight, a popular figure among Coleraine supporters, the issue is clear. "There are a lot of different cultures who want to grow up to be footballers but this is the top guy who runs football around the world so it's not acceptable. "Racism still exists in football. It may not be as bad as it once was but I don't think it will ever go away. "Because of what he said, Blatter should definitely stand down." Knight scored the first goal in Coleraine's 2-0 win over Carrick Rangers on Friday night, a result which completed a good week for the club.

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LEON Knight could have played his last game for Coleraine.Knight, who missed Coleraine's festive games against Ballymena...

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Leon Knight - A former Chelsea trainee who played on loan for The R's during 2001 aged 18. Went on to play for a host of other clubs before signing for Wycombe in January 2008- going on to score 5 goals in 22 appearances. His earlier career included a loan spell with Huddersfield Town where he scored twice against Wycombe in a 4-2 victory for The Terriers at Adams Park in March 2002.

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