Manchester City and England forward Raheem Sterling has called for harsher penalties on teams whose fans are found guilty of racist behavior at matches.
Following a series of racist incidents across European football, Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has demanded points deductions for clubs. But Germany's "fan projects" believe there is a better way.
Manchester City's Raheem Sterling has called for teams to have points deducted for racial abuse perpetrated by their fans. But such draconian measures are not the way to go, writes DW's Tobias Oelmaier.
Raheem Sterling is right: Football is not doing enough to stop racism in stadiums. Deducting points and games behind closed doors are tough, but necessary measures to stop racist discrimination writes DW's Joscha Weber.
England players Danny Rose, Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi became the latest victims of racism in Balkan football this week. But authorities in the region still have trouble even acknowledging the problem.
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