Anti-racism chief: Fines aren't working

March 2, 2013
By Associated Press
EDINBURGH, Scotland -- FIFA's new anti-racism chief Jeffrey Webb believes soccer has failed to support abused players and needs tougher sanctions.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter appointed Webb, the CONCACAF president, this week to head a task force on racism after a number of abuse cases among players and fans.

"We've been talking for a long time in football (about racism) and I don't really think that we've supported the players," Webb said Saturday after a meeting of soccer's ...

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