FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, has appointed FIFA Vice President, Jeffrey Webb, as head of FIFA's Anti-Racism Taskforce. Following the IFAB General Annual meeting Jeffrey Webb spoke about his new role. Additionally, Sepp Blatter has named AC Milan's Kevin-Prince Boateng as the first member of Fifa's anti-discrimination task force. "It's a great day for us to have Kevin-Prince Boateng with us," Blatter says of the AC Milan player. "He's a great player and a great personality in the fight that we want to do, and that we have to do, in the fight against any discrimination and racism."

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