Football sexual abuse victims hotline receives 800+ calls in 3 days

A dedicated football hotline for victims of sexual abuse, launched by the NSPCC with the support of the Football Association, received 860 calls in its first three days. It comes after a number of footballers spoke out about sexual abuse in the game. The NSPCC has provided advice on the information and safeguarding tools needed to help keep children safe in sport and manage allegations of abuse.

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