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JOHN BARNES MBE, FORMER LIVERPOOL AND ENGLAND FOOTBALLER ASKS “WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF RACISM IN FOOTBALL?”

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During his career John Barnes played 79 times for England, was the Football Writers player of the year twice and PFA Footballer of the Year in 1988. In 1997 he was awarded an MBE for services to the game. He is a broadcaster, football pundit, an Ambassador for Save the Children and runs coaching clinics across the Caribbean for young players. Most recently, he attended the Anti-Racism Football Summit at Downing Street.

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