Raheem Sterling would be keen to speak to the Football Association and the Premier League over the summer to work out the next steps in the ongoing efforts to combat racism.
The England and Manchester City forward has said social media boycotts and gestures such as wearing t-shirts during warm-ups are "not enough" and has called for "harder punishments" such as nine-point deductions for racist incidents.
Raheem Sterling says that there needs to be 'harder punishment' for teams when racist behaviour occurs at soccer grounds
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Raheem Sterling says he hopes to speak with the FA and Premier League this summer over how best to tackle racism in football.
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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..
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