J-League bans political action at stadiums
Japanese soccer's J-League has urged all 26 clubs in its
first and second divisions to prevent their players from taking
political action at stadiums after Yugoslav players protested against
NATO's bombing of the Balkan country, league officials said March 30.
The photo shows Dragan Stojkovic of Nagoya Grampus Eight, captain of
the Yugoslav national team, wearing a shirt bearing the message
''NATO stop strikes'' after a match in Kobe on March 27.
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