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FIFA urge FAs and public to back anti-racism fight

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The man helming FIFA's anti-racism fight on Thursday urged national football associations and the public to get onside, saying it was the only way to transform on-paper policies into reality. 

Jeffrey Webb speaks before the draw for the CONCACAF Hexagonal on November 7, 2012 in Miami, Florida.

"It's not only up to FIFA to implement the key decisions adopted by the Congress with regard to the fight against discrimination and racism," Jeffrey Webb told a meeting of the world football governing body's anti-racism arm.

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