Players' chief Gordon Taylor has announced a six-point action plan to deal with racism in football after criticism from some members.
The PFA chief executive says the union wants tougher penalties for racist abuse including making it potentially a sackable offence, culprits ordered to attend awareness programmes and a form of the NFL's 'Rooney rule' to boost the number of black coaches and managers.
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