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Serie A observes silence for Anne Frank reading to oppose anti-Semitism

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A passage from Anne Frank's diary was read before Wednesday's Italian league matches as part of a number of initiatives to condemn the acts of anti-Semitism earlier this week by Lazio fans and to keep alive memories of the Holocaust.

A minute of silence was also observed before each of the Serie A matches kicked off, while Lazio players walked out wearing white T-shirts printed with a photo of Anne Frank and the words "No to anti-Semitism" before their match at Bologna.

They also warmed up in the...

Anne Frank's diary to be read in Italy after Lazio fans' anti-Semitic display

Lazio president Claudio Lotito was surrounded by media after laying a wreath at a synagogue in Rome on Tuesday.

Anne Frank's diary will be read aloud at all matches in Italy this week, the Italian football federation announced on Tuesday after shocking displays of anti-Semitism by fans of Lazio.

Lazio supporters on Sunday littered the Stadio Olimpico in Rome with images of Anne Frank -- the young diarist who died in the Holocaust -- wearing a jersey of city rival Roma. A faction of Lazio ultras associate their Roma counterparts with being left-wing and Jewish, and had hoped to incite Roma fans, since the...

 By Ben Gladwell

Spezia announce signing of free agent Alberto Gilardino

Alberto Gilardino spent the second half of the 2016-17 season with Pescara.

Alberto Gilardino has found himself a new club by joining Spezia Calcio, the Italian Serie B club announced on their website on Tuesday.

The 35-year-old forward, who won the World Cup with Italy in 2006, had been linked with a move to Crystal Palace, among other clubs, since being released by Pescara in the summer.

Napoli had also been reported to be interested when Arkadiusz Milik tore his knee ligaments last month, but Gilardino has instead agreed to join the Italian second division outfit.

"I'm...

 By Ben Gladwell

Kwang Song Han forbidden from going on TV by North Korea - Perugia chief

Kwang Song Han was due to appear on RAI.

Perugia's North Korean forward Kwang Song Han was banned from appearing on Italian TV by his country, according to the Serie B club's president Massimiliano Santopadre.

The 19-year-old, who has scored five goals in six Serie B games this season, was due to appear on RAI's "La Domenica Sportiva" programme at the weekend.

However, only hours before he was due to drive up to Milan, where the programme is filmed, he received a call from North Korea forbidding him to go.

"A call from a not very clear...

Arsenal youngster Ismael Bennacer joins Empoli for undisclosed fee

Ismael Bennacer has made a permanent move to Empoli.

Arsenal have sold academy midfielder Ismael Bennacer to Italian club Empoli for an undisclosed fee.

Bennacer, a 19-year-old Algeria international, joined the Gunners in 2015 and played in the 3-0 League Cup loss to Sheffield Wednesday that year.

However, that was his only appearance for Arsene Wenger's side and he spent the second half of last season on loan at French club Tours.

Bennacer grew up in France and represented them at youth level but switched allegiance to Algeria and was called up to...