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Duke of Cambridge tackles mental health issues and racism during football club visit

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Duke of Cambridge tackles mental health issues and racism during football club visit

Duke of Cambridge tackles mental health issues and racism during football club visit

The Duke of Cambridge has highlighted the importance of tackling racism and improving mental health in football during a visit to a north London football club.

The duke, president of the Football Association (FA), met with staff, coaches and fans at Hendon FC on Friday to learn about their mental health outreach activities.


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