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Police Make Four Arrests For Racist Insults Of England Players And Warn Additional Abusers That We Will Track You Down

“If we establish that you are behind this crime, we will seek you down, and you will face the harsh repercussions of your disgraceful conduct,” Chief Constable Mark Roberts said in a warning to anyone who send abuse. Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka were abused after the game Racial abuse of England players: Police make four arrests and warn ‘we will track you down’ to other perpetrators.

The government and the FA have denounced the abuse suffered by Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka after they missed penalties at Wembley on Sunday.

On Wednesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the government intends to expand football banning orders for online racism, and that social media companies would risk large fines if they fail to remove abuse off their networks.

“The UK Football Policing Unit (UKFPU) is conducting a hate crime investigation, with a dedicated team of investigators working their way through a huge number of reports from around the country,” police said in a statement.

“Dozens of data applications have been sent to social media firms, and four people have been detained by local police forces.” 1:09 England winger Jadon Sancho tells fans who racially attacked him following his penalty miss against Italy in the Euro 2020 final shootout that their actions will never earn them anything. Chief Constable Mark Roberts issued a strong warning to those guilty of transmitting online abuse.

“The racial abuse directed at our own players after Sunday night’s game was heinous, and it has shocked and disgusted people across the country.”

1:27 Kick It Out CEO Tony Burnett explains what can be done to stop online racial abuse after Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka were racially harassed on social media following England’s Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy.

I’m appalled that there are people out there who think it’s okay to direct such heinous insults against them or anyone else.” There were 264 arrests nationwide in connection with Sunday’s final and 897 football-related incidents.

The total number of arrests during the event now stands at 630.

In comparison to the 2018 World Cup in Russia and Euro 2016 in France, this is a huge increase.

Hatred Will Not Win Sky Sports is dedicated to providing and its social media channels a safe space for discussion and debate devoid of abuse, hate, and vulgarity.

0:39 Jenson Button, Gary Lineker, Kelly Cates, Alan Shearer, Gary Neville, Micah Richards, Gabby Logan, Ebony-Rainford-Brent, Jamie Carragher, Jermaine Jenas, Jamie Redknapp, and Nasser Hussain are among the BBC and Sky Sports personalities united against online hate If you observe a comment to Sky Sports posts and/or content that expresses hatred on the basis of race,

Kick It Out is sport’s equality and inclusion organization, working across the football, educational, and community sectors to combat discrimination, develop inclusive practices, and campaign for positive change.

2:22 UEFA is ‘very upset’ with the behaviour of fans in and around Wembley during the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy, according to Sky Sports News head correspondent Bryan Swanson. The Euro 2020 final at Wembley could have been abandoned if police officers had not interfered, according to the Met Police’s deputy assistant commissioner.

Crowds of ticketless football fans pushed their way through security and assaulted cops to get into the England vs. Italy match on Sunday.

Deputy assistant commissioner Jane Connors, who directed the force’s reaction to the tournament, said she “doesn’t accept” that the policing operation failed and that she had “no doubt” that police intervention prevented the disruption from becoming more serious.

“Sadly tainted by a handful of rowdy and belligerent fans who attempted to hijack the final for their own selfish personal gain,” she added of a day that was supposed to be a day of “national pride.”

“Police commanders deployed one of the most extensive and comprehensive policing plans the Met has ever committed to a football match of this scale ahead of the final,” she continued.

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