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Man United call for social media action after Pogba racial abuse

The Age Tuesday, 20 August 2019
Following a missed penalty against Wolves, Paul Pogba was targeted with criticism online, some of it racial.
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News video: Phil Neville calls out social media for continuing player abuse

Phil Neville calls out social media for continuing player abuse 01:15

Phil Neville is calling on social media companies to do more to tackle the discriminatory abuse directed at players. Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, Reading’s Yakou Meite and Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba have all received vile, racist abuse online after failing to score penalties in the...

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