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Henderson's social media accounts to be taken over by anti-cyberbullying charity

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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has teamed up with an anti-cyberbullying charity to raise awareness of online abuse.

The 30-year-old will give control of his social media accounts to the Cybersmile Foundation so victims of trolling and hate campaigns know there is "help and support available to them".

Henderson's involvement with Cybersmile comes amid growing concerns over abuse on social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

"Everybody at Cybersmile is honoured to be working alongside Jordan on this important campaign, designed to serve as a reminder that behind social media profiles there are real people with real feelings," said Raisbeck.

Dan Raisbeck, co-founder of the Cybersmile Foundation, welcomed Henderson's support of the People Not Profiles campaign.

What else must be done to tackle online abuse?

There have also been countless cases of vile racist trolling of Premier League players this season, with Arsenal legend Thierry Henry deactivating his accounts in protest.
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