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Man City star Raheem Sterling receives MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours

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Get the biggest City transfer window stories, analysis and updates delivered straight to your inbox Manchester City star Raheem Sterling has been made an MBE in the 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

The Blues forward receives the honour after fronting anti-racism and discrimination campaigns and speaking out strongly against racism on and off the pitch for several years.

Sterling, 26, has been subjected to vile online abuse throughout his career for both club and country, as well as from fans in the stands.

In autumn 2019, Sterling took part in an anti-racism campaign, No Room For Racism, involving the Premier League, the Football Association, the EFL, the Professional Footballers’ Association and anti-racism campaign group Kick It Out.

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