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How footballers are trying to find their true voice on social media

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How footballers are trying to find their true voice on social media

Players are often accused of portraying an inauthentic version of themselves online. Miguel Delaney speaks to Roc Nation’s social and digital director, Sam Bailey, about why that’s far from the case

Thursday 18 November 2021 14:24

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Most footballers take a hands-on approach to their social media

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Most footballers take a hands-on approach to their social media

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