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We need to fight racism because it has a great meaning for me – Ghana midfielder Alfred Duncan

Former Ghana midfielder Alfred Duncan wants the fight against racism intensified in order to get rid of the canker.

Racism against black players has become a global pandemic with FIFA struggling to get rid of the canker.

A number of Ghanaian players including Duncan himself, Kevin Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari have fallen victims of racism chants.

“My dream as a child was to arrive in a fascinating championship like Serie A while having fun like I did on the street with my friends. This allows me to meet new people, from different cultures who teach me many things”

“Someone like me thinks often to racism. The fight against racism has a great meaning for me: we need to fight discrimination, even if it is difficult because in 2022 we are still here to talk about it”

“I always try not to listen to what they tell me from the outside, it is a decision I made as a footballer, I only have to think about what I do on the pitch. Then we talk about it at the end of the game, otherwise I’ll continue on my way”.

Duncan currently plies his trade in the Italian Serie A for Fiorentina.

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