Fifa vote supports racism sanctions

Fifa has voted in support of racism sanctions that will see players banned for a minimum of five matches with teams facing relegation or points deductions if their fans continually offend.

The 208 associations resoundingly supported sanctions during a vote at Fifa's annual congress in Mauritius.

BBC Sport's Richard Conway spoke to Jeffrey Webb, Fifa's anti-racism taskforce chairman, and Uefa president Michel Platini about the vote.

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