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John Terry and Luis Suarez look certain to be summoned before Fifa's new anti-racism chief in a crackdown on discrimination, following an unprecedented spate of recent incidents that have tarnished the image of English football. Jeffrey Webb, the head of Fifa's anti-racism taskforce, has asked to see Chelsea's captain and Liverpool's Uruguayan striker as part of a global campaign to clean up the game.

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