England women’s manager Phil Neville has called for the football community to “send a powerful message” and boycott social media for six months in response to the rise in racist abuse of players after Paul Pogba was targeted online after missing a penalty for Manchester United at Wolves.
“I just wonder whether now, as a football community, in terms of really sending a powerful message is come off social media. Six months, let’s come off social media. Let’s see the effect that it has on the social media companies, whether they are really going to do something about it,” Neville said.
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