Twitter vows to tackle online racist abuse of players in Britain

Soccer Football - Premier League - Southampton v Manchester United - St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, Britain - August 31, 2019 Manchester United's Paul Pogba reacts Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley

(Reuters) – Twitter said it has taken action on more than 700 cases of “abuse and hateful conduct” related to football in Britain in the last two weeks and promised on Wednesday to continue its efforts to curb the menace. Manchester United’s Paul Pogba was a target of racist abuse online after missing a penalty […]

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