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Yaya Toure row: 'Racism no worse in Russia football' say fans

24 October 2013 Last updated at 16:12 BST

Manchester City player Yaya Toure has been calling for official action after he said he was targeted with racist abuse by home fans during his side's 2-1 victory at CSKA Moscow.

The Ivory Coast international said he was subjected to racist chanting, and his team is due to lodge a complaint with football's governing body, Uefa.

The BBC's Steve Rosenberg asked football fans in Moscow if they thought that racism was a problem among their supporters.

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