PFA to gather evidence of online racial abuse

FILE PHOTO: A Middlesbrough fan with a banner in support of the Kick It Out campaign at the Middlesbrough v Norwich City championship match at Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, March 30, 2019. Action Images/Ed Sykes/File Photo

LONDON (Reuters) – England’s Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) has called on players to submit evidence of online racial abuse they have suffered so they can highlight the problem to governing bodies. The PFA said it would also present the evidence to the Football Association and the government and had arranged meetings with social media platforms […]

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