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With Stephen Jardine 15/10/2019

How do we stamp out racism in football?

England's Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria was halted twice as fans were warned about racist behaviour including Nazi salutes and monkey chanting.
How do we stamp out racism in football?

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