England are working to protect their Euro Cup stars


We are in full countdown towards German Euro 2024, which will be held between June 14 and July 14, and the English police are working hard to try to protect that country’s national team players from the racist abuse they have suffered on other occasions. The international led by Gareth Southgate at a rally in St George’s Park.

The police explained to the players that any abuse that occurs during the tournament, such as on social media, will be taken “seriously” and will give them advice on how to protect themselves.

Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka and Jadon Sancho They were subjected to racist abuse when they missed their penalties in the shoot-out of the Euro 2020 final (played in 2021 due to the pandemic) which England lost against Italy at Wembley.

Police in England and Wales say it is now easier to go after abusers because social media companies are more cooperative,

“We explained to the players that we are here to protect them,” he said. Mark Roberts, Chief of Yorkshire Police. British police will send the largest number of officers abroad in more than a decade as hundreds of thousands of fans travel to the tournament.

Source: La Verdad


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