Raheem Sterling leads new campaign against racism calling for change at the top of football

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Raheem Sterling is leading a huge new anti-racism campaign calling for change at the top of football.Sterling and Gary Lineker, Jordan Henderson and Jadon Sancho produced a powerful video highlighting the lack of blacks in positions of power in various sports organizations.

Britain’s star Sterling helps send a message that they are “tired” of calling for change and urges the government to get involved, as he said, “I will never get tired of it.” ‘be black’.

It is pointed out that, of all the main national sports governing bodies in the United Kingdom – including the Football Association, the Lawn Tennis Association and the UK Athletics – there are only three black board members representing more than 120 positions .

Sterling has been one of the main voices in the fight against racism.

He has now chosen to launch another major social media campaign on the eve of the Premier League restart.



Sterling takes the lead in new campaign against racism

They have some of the biggest names in football to support the campaign, as a third of Premier League players are black, but none of the 11 FA board members are black.

Now it’s a push for real change that has gotten the support of some of the biggest names in football.



The powerful message throughout the new video

And it is certain to highlight the problem on the back of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Former Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, David Alaba, Gael Clichy and Lucy Bronze all appear in the one-minute video.



Lineker supported the new anti-racism campaign

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They have a combined social network following more than 60 million on Twitter and Instagram and it was launched Tuesday evening with a powerful public message.

They hope it will push the government to act.

He will also capture the momentum created by Sterling’s strong words on the BBC’s Newsnight program last week and by Marcus Rashford pushing the government to turn away from free school meals for children.

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