Breaking Transfer news Swansea City, Birmingham City boycott social media to protest racist abuse Metinews.com

MetiNews.Com - The Premier League and broadcast partners have publicly taken steps to demand platforms such as Instagram and Twitter ban any accounts linked with racist abuse sent to players, staff members and official club accounts.

Breaking Transfer news Swansea City, Birmingham City boycott social media to protest racist abuse Metinews.com

MetiNews.Com - The Premier League and broadcast partners have publicly taken steps to demand platforms such as Instagram and Twitter ban any accounts linked with racist abuse sent to players, staff members and official club accounts.

Breaking Transfer news Swansea City, Birmingham City boycott social media to protest racist abuse Metinews.com
08 April 2021 - 18:00

Breaking News ! Late last month, Arsenal legend and former Major League Soccer player and manager Thierry Henry announced he was leaving social media platforms because of a perceived lack of action in preventing and prohibiting racist abuse.  On Thursday, English clubs Swansea City and Birmingham City both announced they are stepping away from social media for seven days to bring awareness to online racist and other abusive messages.


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Breaking Transfer news Swansea City, Birmingham City boycott social media to protest racist abuse Metinews.com


Breaking Transfer news Swansea City, Birmingham City boycott social media to protest racist abuse Metinews.com


Breaking Transfer news Swansea City, Birmingham City boycott social media to protest racist abuse Metinews.com


Breaking Transfer news Swansea City, Birmingham City boycott social media to protest racist abuse Metinews.com

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