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Mo Salah: Racist tweet about Liverpool star probed by Merseyside Police

BBC News Thursday, 8 August 2019
Everton condemned the tweet and said it would investigate whether the tweet was sent by a fan.
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Andres (ABitToxic) @Mobyhaque1 There was also the case recently where someone made a racist tweet about Salah and they found their emp… https://t.co/Jk1CP6FT2u 2 days ago

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Umar.. RT @trentsrobbo: so the Spurs fan who wrote that racist tweet about Salah was sacked? racists facing consequences for their racist actions,… 5 days ago

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affendijampar RT @AmyLFC11: Sick of seeing people trying to defend that that guys tweet about Salah and the rucksack. It might not be racist abuse becaus… 6 days ago

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Amy Sick of seeing people trying to defend that that guys tweet about Salah and the rucksack. It might not be racist ab… https://t.co/xA4LCz03Zs 6 days ago

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isabella so the Spurs fan who wrote that racist tweet about Salah was sacked? racists facing consequences for their racist a… https://t.co/v5y3QrS7ad 6 days ago

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