兩名年輕的足球運動員因在社交媒體群聊中使用 "歧視性語言 "而被調查，並受到警方警告。
Two young footballers have been given police cautions after being investigated for using "discriminatory language" on a social media group chat.
The ex-Portsmouth academy players, now aged 17 and 18, were released by the club over the messages in July 2021.
The abuse aimed at the trio in the aftermath of them missing penalties in the shootout at Wembley was condemned at the time by England manager Gareth Southgate, the FA and the prime minister.
Hampshire Constabulary said the teenagers accused at Portsmouth had initially been due to appear before magistrates over "a screenshot circulating on social media depicting discriminatory language".
However, the force said the court hearing would no longer go ahead and instead the pair had been given conditional cautions.
After sacking the players last year, the club said they were "fully committed to the elimination of all forms of discrimination".
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