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“It is vital that football authorities, clubs, government bodies and social media companies work together to educate and empower to ultimately, eradicate hatred from our game and society in general. 

“We are keen to continue to engage but highlighted that we need to see clear outcomes from discussions rather than simply ticking a box.”

Brilliant Tav, ticking boxes is the worst outcome possible

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7 hours ago, Raligt said:

He's spot on the time for box ticking is over, the football authorities need to start taking action.

They could start by having a signal added to the rules to indicate that a player has been abused, the ref could then put it in his match notes for the authorities to deal with.

Rules need to be added to the rule book on punishments for racism.

The football authorities need to come to an agreement with Social media on how they can improve monitoring and bans for abuse given on football players accounts.(it has to start somewhere)


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