Arsenal teenager Jebb fined for using racist language

Arsenal youngster Jack Jebb has been found guilty of using racist language during an Under-18 match against Norwich in March, reports BBC Sport.

Arsenal youngster Jack Jebb has been found guilty of using racist language during an Under-18 match against Norwich in March, reports BBC Sport.

The 18-year-old midfielder has received a four-match suspension and fined £1,800. Jebb denied the allegations, but in the absence of further evidence to uphold his version of events, he and club accept the ruling.

An Arsenal spokesman said: "The club are taking this very seriously. Through the Arsenal for Everyone initiative, we work hard to promote inclusivity and diversity at every level."

 
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