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PFA urge social media platforms to protects stars from abuse

London (AFP) - The Professional Footballers' Association has called on social media companies to ensure Premier League stars get better protection from racist abuse. The PFA want Twitter, Facebook and ... read more

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PFA urges social media companies to do more to protect players from racist abuse

Social media companies have been urged to provide “extended protection” for footballers on their platforms in a bid to curb racist abuse. Manchester United stars Paul Pogba and ... racist abuse ... read more

PFA social media boycott: Premier League stars to stay off platforms for 24 hours in protest at racist abuse

Leading Premier League stars have ... of racial abuse online. The campaign launched by the Professional Footballers' Association will urge players to stay off social media from 0900 on Friday morning ... read more

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PFA urge social media platforms to protects stars from abuse

The PFA led a 24-hour social media boycott by players in April to highlight the discriminatory abuse suffered by players. London: The Professional Footballers' Association has called on social media ... read more


'Protect stars from racist abuse': PFA urge social media platforms

The PFA led a 24-hour social media boycott by players in April to highlight the discriminatory abuse suffered by players. Manchester United duo Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford and Chelsea pair Tammy ... read more

PFA urge social media platforms to protects stars from abuse

The Professional Footballers' Association has called on social media companies to ensure Premier League stars get better protection from racist abuse. Manchester United duo Paul Pogba and Marcus ... read more



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