Premier League managers support social media boycott

Published on April 30, 2021 - Duration: 01:58s

Premier League managers support social media boycott

Managers from across the Premier League have voiced their support for a planned boycott of social media to send a message that online abuse will not be tolerated.Athletes, clubs and governing bodies from a range of sports joined forces โ€“ along with broadcasters and sponsors with links to sport โ€“ for the near-total blackout on their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter channels from 3pm on Friday until 11.59pm on Monday night.


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