Debate over racism in sports to take place in Moscow

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The South African Chairman of Global Watch, a movement against racism in sports, has flown to Moscow for talks to address the issue of racism in Russian football. Tokyo Sexwale, who is also a member of the FIFA communication committee, arrived in the Russian capital at a time of turmoil for football’s world body and of questions over the bidding which won Russia the hosting rights to the 2018 world cup. CCTV America’s Tom Barton filed this report.

Debate over racism in sports to take place in Moscow

Debate over racism in sports to take place in Moscow

The South African Chairman of Global Watch, a movement against racism in sports, has flown to Moscow for talks to address the issue of racism in Russian football. Tokyo Sexwale, who is also a member of the FIFA communication committee, arrived in the Russian capital at a time of turmoil for football's world body and of questions over the bidding which won Russia the hosting rights to the 2018 world cup.