The Guardian's chief football writer joins Writers Against Racism
Daniel Taylor, chief football writer at The Guardian and Observer, is the latest high-profile journalist to join the ranks of Writers Against Racism.
Haven written books on Nottingham Forest, Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson, Daniel now leads the Guardian's football coverage in print and online.
Endorsing the work of Show Racism The Red Card, Daniel said: "The fight against racism is often called a 'war'. Except wars, of course, generally have endings whereas this one may never have.
"Football has been reminded about that too many times but organisations such as Show Racism The Red Card are making sure it is always on the agenda and deserve enormous credit for their work.
"For the campaign to work, it's incredibly important that the media are pro-active, too. The Guardian and The Observer have tried to be at the forefront of this and will continue to be so."