Putting the boot in

Tes Editorial

Footballers and a soap opera star joined pupils at a school in Manchester this week for a debate about why so few young British Asians play football professionally. The debate was organised for Year 7 pupils at Abraham Moss school by the charity Kick Racism Out of Football. Zesh Rehman, the British Pakistani player playing for Blackpool took part along with the Manchester United and England defender Wes Brown and Shobna Gulati, who played Sunita in Coronation Street.


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