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Black footballers too ‘scared’ to look at social media due to racist abuse, says Zaha

English Premier League star Wilfried Zaha says that he is too "scared to even look up my direct messages" because of the amount of abuse he gets on social media. Zaha opened up about the horrific messages he received from a 12-year-old boy on Instagram, and the backlash that followed when he raised awareness about this on social media.

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