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A-Leagues and PFA team up with GoBubble Community to crack down on social media abuse

Adelaide United fans during the Pride Game against Central Coast Mariners in February. (Photo by Sarah Reed/Getty Images)

Australian Professional Leagues, the organisation that manages Australia’s top football leagues, has unveiled an agreement with technology company GoBubble Community aimed at protecting players from online abuse.

Along with Professional Footballers Australia, the trade union for footballers in the country, APL will use the company’s social media monitoring technology to identify and report abusive material posted online.

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