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Prince William accuses “sneaky” racism of targeting footballers – Soccer Sports

Prince William branded online racist abuse of black soccer players as “sneaky” and urged social media platforms to take more responsibility.

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford Became the latest player to receive Racist message on social media later 0-0 draw at Arsenal Saturday.

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Rashford’s teammate Anthony Martial And Axel Tuanzebe Last week also suffered racist abuse Chelseaof Reece James And West Bromwich AlbionRomaine Sawyer was also targeted online.

The Duke of Cambridge blamed the racist message and praised the players for his remarks.

“Racist abuse is sneaky on the pitch, on the stands, on social media and must be stopped now,” he wrote. twitter..

“We are all responsible for creating an environment where such abuse is unacceptable, and those who choose to spread hatred and division are responsible for their actions, which is the responsibility of many of these activities nowadays. It extends to the platform that is being done.

“I commend all players, supporters, clubs and organizations who continue to blame and call for this abuse in the strongest words.”

West Midland Police 49-year-old man arrested In connection with the Sawyer case, while Greater Manchester police said investigations had begun on messages sent to US players.

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Condemn the abuse sent to the player Meanwhile, Instagram has released a statement that it continues to investigate after deleting the criminal’s account.

Government ministers met with top British players last Monday to discuss online abuse and discrimination as part of a series of “future football” discussions.


– Soccer Sports

Prince William accuses “sneaky” racism of targeting footballers

https://www.espn.com/soccer/english-premier-league/story/4304214/prince-william-condemns-despicable-racism-aimed-at-footballers Prince William accuses “sneaky” racism of targeting footballers

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