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After Boateng, Italy looks to long fight with racism

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It took a defiant gesture to reignite the debate on one of Italian sport's biggest demons, but the fight to rid football of racism in Serie A could be just beginning. 

AC Milan's Ghanaian defender Prince Kevin Boateng warms upbefore the match against Siena on January 6 , 2013, in Milan. On Friday, Boateng, a German-born Ghanaian who plays for Serie A giants AC Milan, will hold talks on battling racism in the sport with FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

On Friday Kevin-Prince Boateng, a German-born Ghanaian who plays for Serie A giants AC Milan, will hold talks with FIFA president Sepp Blatter.

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