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Man City's Sterling wants to meet FA, league about racism

SBS Wednesday, 22 May 2019
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling, who is leading the fight against racism in soccer, said on Tuesday he hoped to talk to officials at England's Football Association and the Premier League about combating the menace.
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Speaking in New York, Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling said Tuesday (May 21) the only way racism will be overcome in sports is if serious penalties are handed out to the associated clubs. No reporter narration.

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