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FIFA Acts On The Issue Of Racism, Proposes Extra Officials In Stadiums
Published May 8, 2013
CONCRETE PLAN: INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL's Andrew Warshaw reported FIFA member countries and their clubs "were urged by the new body to provide a 'concrete action plan' and implement sanctions 'in a harmonised way' though that may be hard to impose given the different cultures and standards of education in both the industrialised and developing nations." All the proposals "were included in a draft resolution that will be presented in Mauritius at the end of the month" (INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL, 5/7).