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Life, racism and mental health - what one young player can learn from an experienced pro

BBC Sport Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Watford striker Andre Gray and Wolves defender Michael Agboola discuss their generational differences, mental health, the rise of social media and how racism has changed over the years.
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