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(Reuters) - England coach Gareth Southgate said players should consider joining former France international Thierry Henry in quitting social media to avoid being affected by negative comments and online abuse.
(Reuters) - Former France international Thierry Henry hopes his decision to turn his back on social media can inspire others in the fight against racism and bullying online.
MILAN (Reuters) - Serie A clubs on Friday awarded DAZN the rights to screen Italy's top flight soccer championship in the league's home market for the next three seasons, two sources said, in one of the largest deals for the streaming service in Europe.
(Reuters) - Former France international Thierry Henry said on Friday he will be disabling his social media accounts to protest against the platforms for not taking action over anonymous account holders who are guilty of racism and bullying online.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - They used to be spotted in the directors' box, notepad and pen in hand and with a face familiar to supporters in the stands.
(Reuters) - Police Scotland said on Monday they are looking into alleged online racial abuse of Rangers' Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos after he scored in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Celtic.
(Reuters) - Protests not boycotts are the way to challenge China on human rights, letting athletes use their platforms to highlight issues hanging over the 2022 Beijing Olympics, according to U.S. women's soccer international Megan Rapinoe.
(Reuters) - England prop Ellis Genge has called on social media platforms to step up efforts to identify users who resort to racial abuse after he was sent death threats following England's Six Nations rugby match against Wales.
(Reuters) - Mobdro, the world's largest pirate streaming app, has ceased operations following an investigation and criminal referral by the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) and the English Premier League, the league said on Thursday.