Forgive me mods if this could go in the John Terry thread, but I think it's worthy of its own. There are an awful lot of people at the moment harping on about how this one incident, mixed in with the Suarez affair, demonstrates that there is a real problem with racism in football at the moment. As far as I'm concerned, there really isn't one. I've gone to over 300 games(probably wildly inaccurate estimate) across every current Premier League ground, and in Europe. I've been to France, Italy, Turkey, Greece, Spain, Serbia and Ukraine to watch football, and I've never seen a sustained racist chant from any set of supporters I've come across. The worst thing I've heard is the Adebayor song which still gets aired(although not by Arsenal fans, funnily enough). Apart from that, I'm really struggling to think of a racist incident I've seen, and even that is relatively tame. So I'd like to know if I'm right on this. Is racism still an issue? How far have we actually gone down the path of fixing it entirely? Is there a need for further legislation?