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Pogba reveals how he gave his shirt to fan who made monkey noises as he opens up on racism in football

The Frenchman has revealed he has been a victim of racist chanting in the past and feels the best way to deal with the abuse is to keep smiling
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has opened up on his own personal experiences of racism in football, with "ignorance" among supporters still prevalent in the modern game.
The World Cup-winning playmaker has enjoyed an illustrious career at the highest level over the last eight years, taking in two spells at United either side of a successful stint in Italy with Juventus.
The 26-year-old is widely considered to be one of the finest players of his generation, but despite his global status, he has still been a target of racist abuse from certain groups of fans.

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