Spain has racism problem, football federation chief says

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - 2030 World Cup bid - Portugal, Spain and Ukraine Press Conference - UEFA headquarters, Nyon, Switzerland - October 5, 2022 Spanish football Federation president Luis Rubiales during the press conference REUTERS/Denis Balibouse/File Photo

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain has a problem with racism, head of the national football federation RFEF Luis Rubiales said on Monday, in reference to the racist chants hurled at Real Madrid's Vinicius Jr during Sunday's match at Valencia's Mestalla stadium.

(Reporting by David Latona; editing by Andrei Khalip)

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