Raheem Sterling

Manchester City star says he was pleased to see the league's act of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
One of the men made a racist comment to Raheem Sterling as he celebrated a goal.
From Raheem Sterling to Romelu Lukaku, Haringey Borough to the national women's team, the sport has (again) been marred by racism in 2019.
The world is on fire, but football, when done the right way, has the opportunity to set an example our leaders cannot, it is up to us as fans to support that, journalist Jen Offord writes.
The sports star urged his fellow players to take a stand against abuse following another racist onslaught by Cagliari fans on Sunday.
Emma Watson, David Beckham and Prince William all got involved.
Damary Dawkins had become close to Sterling, who supported efforts to find a stem cell donor before the 13-year-old died last month.
Racist tweets targeting Mohamed Salah and Danny Welbeck were still up on the site five years after being posted, a Press Association investigation found.
As Gareth Southgate says, education is the key to ending discrimination – these two iconic images of Sterling and Harris will help with that education
Is prejudice a permanent fixture? After abuse was hurled at England players during a Euro 2020 qualifier, black fans respond.