Former England striker, Les Ferdinand says FIFA should impose strict laws against abuse by fans and players, to stop racism in football.
Stop football racism: Ferdinand
The former Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle and Tottenham star says FIFA needs to face the problem head on and not turn a blind eye.
Blackburn Rovers striker, Jason Roberts, who has been subjected to racist taunts, says FIFA needs to put measures in place to ensure that the black players or ethnic minority players are not subjected to racial abuse.
Meanwhile, Chelsea captain, John Terry is under investigation for allegedly racially abusing Queens Park Rangers’ Anton Ferdinand.
The FA is also investigating claims by Manchester United defender, Patrice Evra, that Liverpool’s Luis Suarez used racist language in the teams’ match on the 15th of October.