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We have a duty care of our selves to as footballers,to be careful with social medias

We have a duty care of our selves to as footballers,to be careful with social medias

December 11th, 2018
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Four people have been suspended from attending matches at Stamford Bridge while the investigations continue.

Sterling said he “had to laugh” when he heard the alleged racist remarks during the game because he does not “expect any better”.

 Sterling said newspapers are helping to “fuel racism” by the way in which they portray young footballers of different backgrounds.

Defender Mings told The I in January that he regularly encountered racist abuse online, adding “people think they can get away with things on social media that they wouldn’t get away with on the street”.

The Professional Footballers’ Association has said that some press coverage of Sterling “emboldens racist rhetoric”.

Sterling was the victim of a racist attack in December 2017 outside Manchester City’s training ground, for which the man responsible was sentenced to 16 weeks in prison after pleading guilty.

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