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Racism is top agenda for Blatter ahead of 2018 FIFA world cup

FIFA President Sepp Blatter is serious on the current report came from Russia about racism and he has said that he is ready to keep it away from the upcoming mega football event FIFA world cup 2018 at Russia. Sepp Blatter has mentioned that stopping racism will be his priority and main agenda not only for the world cup but also for every day.

Racism is top agenda for Blatter ahead of 2018 FIFA world cup.

Racism is something that cause other people in the name of colour, country or even religion. People present in stands, abuse other team’s fans and players on the basis of their color, religion, status etc.

Sepp Blatter said, “I am aware of the report. We are concerned, definitely. Racism is one of the items which is on my agenda; on the very top, every day. Education, definitely, is required and if it does not stop then there must be some sanctions. We have started a big education programme with them. They are aware of the situation.”

“But every day unfortunately, we have racist demonstration somewhere in the world and we have to fight that.”

He agreed that education is the best way to fight against racism and FIFA is on the role for it. He also talked with Fifa’s anti-racism task force adviser Tokyo Sexwale about fighting against racism.

Blatter said, “I just have a discussion with Tokyo Sexwale on this matter and we will have somewhere a meeting at the end of March because there must be some ways to have solutions, because it cannot go on.”

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