Raheem Sterling: 'We have no representation in the hierarchy'

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has spoken to the BBC's Newsnight about the Black Lives Matter movement.

He says the protests are "a great starting point", but added that it was important for people with his high profile to speak out about injustice.

Speaking about the football industry, the England player explained that although about a third of Premier League players are black, there is less diversity among people in other roles, such as coaching.