Ahmed Yussuf questions whether enough is being to done to eradicate racism in football.
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Andrew Flint unravels the paradox of following a little-known team in the largest country on earth, where accusations of racism and homophobia are just two of the obstacles to be dealt with. Introducing FK Tyumen: a team who don’t do things by half.
James Clancy looks Sol Campbell who has spoken out about the lack of opportunities for black coaches in England.
Pavan Mano wonders if FIFA will at long last take a firm stance against racism as it threatens to rear its ugly head once more.
Adam Robinson reports from Israel where racism is very prevalent amongst Beitar Jerusalem supporters.
James Hunt isn’t all too impressed with the governing body’s handling of the European Championships.
Ashley Wilkinson offers his thoughts on the omission of Rio Ferdinand from England’s Euro 2012 squad.
Polish football writer Jakub Krzyzostaniak believes that there isn’t much to worry about with regards racism at the Euros.
BPF EXCLUSIVE: Dave Wood spends thirty minutes in the company of a recent, high-profile addition to the Welsh Premier League’s managerial ranks.
With Luis Suarez facing an eight game ban for his comments towards Patrice Evra, Graeme Wallace looks at the the bigger picture.