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Holocaust survivors Ben Helfgott and Zigi Shipper have been pictured with England captain Steven Gerrard after giving a talk to the squad ahead of Euro 2012.
The Euro 2012 England squad have met Holocaust Survivors Zigi Shipper and Ben Helfgott at their team hotel.
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Frank Lampard has been ruled out of Euro 2012 due to injury, the Football Association said.
The Chelsea midfielder pulled his thigh in training on Wednesday and was examined today by the England medical staff following a scan.
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson will be called into the squad - subject to agreement from UEFA’s medical team.
FA Chairman David Bernstein has told ITV News the England team has made contingency plans to deal with potential incidents of racism or violence at this summer's European Championships in Poland and Ukraine, but was "hopeful" they would not be needed.
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli said he intends to walk off the pitch if he is racially abused at Euro 2012 and would "kill" anyone who threw a banana at him in the street.
The Italian told France Football: "If someone throws a banana at me in the street, I will go to prison because I will kill him. Racism is unacceptable to me, I cannot bear it.
"I hope there will not be a problem at the Euros because if it does happen I would straight away leave the pitch and go home. We are in 2012, it can't happen."
The family of England striker Danny Welbeck are likely to travel to Ukraine and Poland for Euro 2012 despite fears over racist-fuelled violence, according to The Times (£).
Relatives of Arsenal midfielders Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott have decided not to travel to the tournament over fears of being victims of racist abuse.
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FA Chairman David Bernstein has revealed England has made contingency plans to deal with potential racist violence at the Euros.
Ukraine has hit back against claims of racism among its football fans ahead of the Euro 2012 championships.