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Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson reveals he's considered deleting his social media accounts

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Jordan Henderson admits seeing his Liverpool team-mates abused on social media has made him consider deleting his accounts as he revealed a new scheme to combat vile behaviour online.

'I have thought about deleting all social media but im not quite sure who that helps or what it does, so I came across Cybersmile, who are a foundation that educate, support and advise people who suffer from social media abuse or online bullying.

'I'll be partnering with them over the next few weeks for them to have full control over all my social media channels to promote what they do and how to help people.

Henderson urged anyone who was suffering from online abuse to use the links that were provided by the organisation, admitting that social media can be 'a dark place' even for celebrities.

'Please, however little you think the issue is, reach out, we can definitely help you, as I know how sometimes it can be a very dark place on social media no matter how many followers you've got.

Thierry Henry announced he was withdrawing from all forms of social media until tech firms, saying it was currently too easy to hide behind unverified accounts.

Swansea also revealed they would boycott social media for seven days after racist abuse was sent to players Yan Dhanda, Ben Cabango and Jamal Lowe - saying 'enough is enough'.

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