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FIFA president Sepp Blatter is facing calls today to step down after he said racist incidents in football matches could be settled with a handshake at the end of a game.  Professionals have described this comment as “disgraceful”.  For advice and assistance on any aspect of sports law, race discrimination or employment law please contact our expert Charlotte Woolven-Brown on 01621 843056 or e-mail on charlottewb@kewlaw.co.uk

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