Footballers and celebs banned from gambling adverts

Footballers and celebrities will no longer be allowed to appear on gambling and betting adverts under new rules introduced by the UK’s advertising regulator.

The changes have been introduced by the Committee of Advertising Practice to protect under-18s and other vulnerable groups.

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26 thoughts on “Footballers and celebs banned from gambling adverts”

  1. It's funny I know these football federations know some of referees, players and managers are involved with taking bribes and betting ion their own games right?
    Just the way they work with gambling sites so blatantly is very funny.

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