Celtic's Anthony Stokes believes it will be very difficult to stop fans from unacceptable chanting in football grounds.
The Scottish club are currently being investigated by both UEFA and the Scottish Premier League about alleged pro-IRA chanting at Parkhead.
Stokes was put in front of the media on Thursday ahead of Celtic's visit to Inverness on Saturday.
The assembled press pack had been warned by Hoops officials not to ask questions in relation to the UEFA investigation or the chanting.
However, the press did ask Stokes for his views on FIFA president Sepp Blatter's claims that racism does not exist in football, and about solving racial abuse on the pitch with a handshake.
Stokes was initially reluctant to discuss the issue, but eventually answered: "It's nothing to do with me. I will let him speak about that."
He added: "Every ground you go to you are going to get a little bit of abuse. As for racist chants, I haven't heard much of that up here.
"But you know there are certain grounds you go to you are going to get a bit of stick but that is part and parcel of football.
"Obviously when it comes down to racism and sectarianism, there is no place for it in football, but you are not going to stop fans giving you a bit here and there when you go to grounds."