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New Anti Discrimination Rules Have Been Announced By The Premier League

Gareth Southgate defends his England players after they were abused following their loss in the Euro 2020 final.
(1:02) The Premier League announced additional rules on Tuesday to combat discrimination in the sport ahead of the new season, including permanent stadium bans for fans.
Anyone found to have behaved in an aggressive manner against any club staff, player, match official, steward, or fan attending a game will face league-wide consequences, including bans.
“All types of discriminatory and abusive behavior are condemned by the Premier League and our clubs.”
All teams’ commitment to enforcing competition-wide suspensions proves that discrimination has no place in the league.
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Get immediate access “Football is a diverse sport that draws people from all walks of life together.”
Fans are encouraged to join us and our clubs in combating prejudice by challenging and reporting abuse wherever they see it.” The league announced earlier this month that players from all teams will continue to take a knee before games this season to show their opposition to racism.
The Premier League has stated that it would continue to engage with clubs to challenge social media companies and authorities to adopt additional preventative measures as part of the new measures.
The statement occurred on the same day that Twitter released an analysis claiming that the United Kingdom was on the verge of collapse.
After England’s penalty shootout loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 final, was “by far” the most common source of racist posts directed at England players.

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