Racism in football: Twitter defends abuse policy after Premier League players targeted

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Paul Pogba received racist abuse online after missing a penalty against WolvesSocial media platform Twitter says it has “taken action” on “more than 700 examples of hateful conduct” in the past two weeks after several Premier League players were racially abused. Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham are among those who have been targeted.The online service says it will “continue to take swift action”.Twitter’s most recent report says it took action against 7% of reported cases of abuse or hateful conduct. Twitter said it had also met “directly affected” clubs, the Professional Footballers’ Association and Kick it Out in an attempt to “tackle the issue collectively”. “This vile content has no place on our service,” it said in a statement. “We want to play our part in curbing this unacceptable behaviour.”Cagliari monkey chants to Lukaku show ‘respect’

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