Arsenal youth player 'racially abuses opponent during Norwich City match'

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Arsenal youngster Jack Jebb reportedly racially abuses an opponent during an Under-18s clash against Norwich City.

Arsenal youth player Jack Jebb has sparked controversy for reportedly racially abusing an opponent during an Under-18s clash.

The teenager is said to have made a racial slur during a match against Norwich City in March, but the complaint was not made by the player targeted.

According to the Daily Mail, the match officials reported the incident as opposed to any of the Canaries players or staff.

The 18-year-old has been banned for four games by the Football Association and fined £1,800.

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