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BOARD, and the cabinet after a meeting about a tougher approach to anti-racism

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BOARD, and the cabinet after a meeting about a tougher approach to anti-racism

28 nov-2019 18:05
28-11-19 at 18:05
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The Dutch fa (KNVB) and the government have a plan to combat racism in the football stadiums, harder to deal with. So, there should be more to come, and the penalty is up. Which are the main outcomes of the consultation process, in Zeist, the netherlands, between the two parties.

THE executives, Eric Gudde (football), and Jan Dirk van der Zee (amateur) engaged in discussions with the prime minister, Mark Rutte, and ministers, Ferd Grapperhaus (Security and Justice) and mr Bruins (Sports) about the issue of racism in English football.

Out of that conversation, would you like to know more and be smarter, the cameras have to come in the stadium. The cameras, which are meant to be in the stadium at the professional football should have a look at what exactly is being said and by whom. The government hopes to recoup with the chance of getting caught to be increased.