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Football's 'unconscious racism'

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Liverpool striker, Luis Suarez, has now apologised for refusing to shake hands with Manchester United's Patrick Evra at the start of their match in old Trafford on Saturday.

Liverpool FC and manager Kenny Dalglish has also apologised for his handling of it and the Prime Minister wants a summit on racism in football.

Is it time for the FA to modify its respect campaign, even though it has said it won't abandon it?

John Barnes, the former Liverpool and England player, gives his reaction to the Today programme's Justin Webb.


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