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Liverpool Prospect Reveals The Disgusting Racist Abuse He Suffered This Year

Brewster was a star of the England under-17 side who triumphed at the World Cup in India

He said: "We will give him all the support he needs and wants".

He stressed that Liverpool had backed him in speaking out, and said of the incident against Spartak that "their player leaned over me, right down to my face and said: 'Suck my d--, you n--, you negro'".

The FA in a statement on Friday said they understood his frustrations.

And Brewster believes complaints need to be dealt with better by the authorities - particularly UEFA, who failed to take action on several occasions when the striker was representing England and Liverpool. He has our full support and we will continue to push for appropriate responses from the relevant authorities.

Most recently at the start of December, when Liverpool lodged an official complaint to European football's governing body after Spartak Moscow defender Leonid Mironov was purported to have made a racist comment towards Brewster during a UEFA Youth League game, with that ultimately leading to a charge.

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According to Brewster, Wolves teenager Morgan Gibbs-White was abused by a Spanish player during the final in October.

"Something happened in the box", Brewster said. I said: 'It's a foul, man, what you playing at?' I was still sitting down at this stage.

"On the day it happens, that night my head won't be there". The next day I'll still be thinking about it.Under UEFA's rules any player found guilty of making racial slurs can be suspended for a minimum of 10 matches. "That is how it feels anyway, like it has been brushed under the carpet", he said.

"I am really happy he is fearless enough, and he needed to be courageous, to do what he did because it is such an important thing", Klopp told The Guardian. I really can't believe that people have these kind of thoughts still in their minds, it's so odd in this world that it happens. We needed a 17-year-old boy to shout out, "here, it's still happening and it's happening all the time - I need help, we need help to stop it".