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It’s incomprehensible that racism still happens in football – Gracia

By Reuters
02 April 2019   |   7:57 am
Javi Gracia said it is incomprehensible that players are still being racially abused at football games, after monkey chants were aimed at England players during their game against Montenegro.

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