Gus Mafuta has spoken for the first time about the events of
the weekend in a candid interview to be published in tonight's Matchday
The Pools midfielder was thrust right in to the centre of
dramatic scenes at Victoria Park on Saturday as racial abuse from a smallminority of supporters overshadowed the game with Dover Athletic.
In an extended interview across three pages of this evening's
issue of The Blue Print, Mafuta outlines the reasons behind his emotional
reaction on the pitch, reveals what more can be done to fight racism and sharesa direct message to all Pools fans.
Also inside tonight's issue you'll find the thoughts of Club
Chairman, Raj Singh, who delivers his assessment on the incident during Saturday'sgame and how the Club plans to tackle the aftermath.
The Club has devoted several pages to providing supporters
with further information on Kick It Out's drive to stamp out racism, includingdetails about the free Reporting App to help fans join the battle.
Our award-winning Matchday Programme will be on sale around the
ground tonight and from the Club Shop and Ticket Office so make sure you picksure you pick up your copy to read the latest.