Most racist abusers of footballers are still active on Twitter, PFA findsPlayers’ union research showed abuse increased in 2020-21If union can do this, so can the tech giants, says CEO A Twitter account during football’s social media boycott in April. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA
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Social media companies have been accused of turning a blind eye to racist online abuse of players in the wake of a damning new report by the Professional Footballers’ Association.