Neville blasts 'politician' Cameron over meddling in football 'racism row'
London, Nov. 3 (ANI): Manchester United legend Gary Neville has blasted British Prime Minister David Cameron for wading into the row over racism in football.
It comes after Cameron is set to demand tougher measures from the Football Association (FA) to tackle the problem.
But the England coach and former Manchester United right-back reckons politicians should not involve themselves in football discipline.
"Find it difficult to take from a PM that is using football for publicity to fight a societal problem. Do your job!!!" The Sun quoted Neville, as saying.
"The FA treat racism more seriously than the Courts. Politicians stay out of the game. Concentrate on your job!" he added. (ANI)
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