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Topic - Ruud Gullit
The Netherlands soccer team says it was subjected to monkey chants by Polish fans during practice, an outburst of racism at the European Championship even before the first game was played.
Ruud Gullit has rejected criticism of his decision to coach Chechnyan club Terek Grozny, whose president, former militia leader Ramzan Kadyrov, also is the Kremlin-backed president of Chechnya.
Gullit said he disagrees with Platini's stance.
"I don't think that if you are frustrated about not having the tournament in your city, you do it (complain) in this way," said Gullit, who was speaking at an event at the Polish foreign ministry about the UEFA-backed RESPECT Diversity campaign.