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Watch Our Episode That Discusses ‘Racism In Soccer’ (This Week In Soccer)

this week in soccer 600x193 Watch Our Episode That Discusses Racism In Soccer (This Week In Soccer)

In the twelfth episode of This Week In Soccer, we welcome special guest Mark Doidge to discuss a hot topic in world soccer — racism.

It’s a topic that has raised its ugly head again. Doidge will be joined by Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer to discuss what the situation is regarding racism in soccer, what solutions are there, whether football federations are using the correct measures to try to eradicate the disease, and other related topics.

Doidge is a research fellow from the University of Brighton in England.

Watch the episode live at 5:30pm ET/10:30pm UK time on this web page. Subscribe to the World Soccer Talk channel on YouTube. And feel free to share us your feedback in the comments section below.


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