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FIFA President Speaks Out on Yaya Toure Racism Complaints

Manchester City’s Yaya Toure was “furious” after he was slammed by CSKA Moscow fans who shouted racial slurs at the Ivory Coast star on Wednesday. Now Toure is demanding that the CSKA Moscow stadium be banned from hosting games. The incident has opened an investigation and FIFA President Joseph Blatter is calling for tougher racism sanctions.

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