Torino will wear a green shirt for their next Serie A match to mark the one-year anniversary of the Chapecoense plane crash
Torino players will wear special shirts in Saturday's Serie A match against Atalanta to mark the one-year anniversary of the plane crash that killed most of the Brazilian team, Chapecoense.
Torino, which endured its own air disaster in 1949, says it is 'fulfilling a promise' made by club president Urbano Cairo to Chapecoense president De Nes Filho.
The Italian team, which normally plays in a maroon kit, says it will wear 'a green jersey like that of Chapecoense.'
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