MANCHESTER UNITED manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to lead his team off the pitch if there is racism in Belgrade tonight.
Europa League hosts Partizan Belgrade had to play their last two matches behind closed doors after racist abuse from their supporters.
Solskjaer and his United players will follow Uefa’s three-step protocol should there be a repeat in Serbia.
Gareth Southgate’s England side came close to walking off in their Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria last week due to racist chanting.
Solskjaer said: “In the aftermath of what happened in Bulgaria we had a meeting with the boys.
“We’ve gone through the protocol but I believe in people and I’m sure the atmosphere will be fantastic. We’ll try and keep them quiet by playing good football.
“We trust Uefa but hopefully it’s a celebration of good football.”
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