Man City star player Raheem Sterling has advocated for the West London outfit Chelsea to hand a 9-point deduction after they were found guilty of racial abuse which was carried out by their fans.
Raheem Sterling was a victim of the racial abuse this season and he seems yet to be over it after his latest reaction to the incident.
The star player went ahead to write a thought-provoking article on the scourge of racism in football in a bid to discourage the barbaric act from fans.
The star player suffered the abuse when he played for the England national team against Montenegro as he was subjected to annoying monkey noises.
However, Raheem Sterling has questioned the English press on how they have handled the issue of racism in their reporting as he feels that they have not done enough to ensure the act comes to an end in the round leather game.
He therefore advocates that clubs found wanting should have their points deducted as it would go a long way in helping to curb it especially if they fall outside the top-four or slip to the relegation zone as a result of the punishment from the FA.