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Southgate: ‘Ingrained racism’ of online trolls, not social media, is real issue

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Southgate: ‘Ingrained racism’ of online trolls, not social media, is real issue

Southgate: ‘Ingrained racism’ of online trolls, not social media, is real issue

England manager Gareth Southgate insists social media platforms cannot take all of the blame when footballers are racially abused online and believes it is up to society to stamp it out.

Paul Pogba, as well as England internationals Tammy Abraham and Marcus Rashford, have been targeted by online trolls after missing penalties in recent weeks


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