England's 1st black goalkeeper James says 'racism' no longer exists in football
James also accused anti-racist groups of stirring up talk of racism to keep their jobs.
"I struggle with the racist issue as I don't see it. The game's changed," the Sun quoted James, as saying.
Anti- racism campaigners such as Kick It Out have been prominent in recent weeks, with cases like the one involving John Terry and Anton Ferdinand. (ANI)
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