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"Sports teams should be ensuring that all content on such webpages is appropriate for children and we expect gambling companies to take responsibility for where their adverts and logos appear." Anne Longfield, the Children's Commissioner for England, described the findings as "hugely surprising". "That's not something I would have thought would have been the kind of site that you'd want your seven, eight, nine-year-old child to be going through to," she said. Ms Longfield called for education about gambling to be included in the school curriculum. Image caption Jack Ritchie and his mother, Liz Last November, 24-year-old Jack Ritchie, from Sheffield, took his own life after battling a gambling addiction, which began when he was 17. His mother, Liz, who has since founded the Gambling with Lives campaign group, said she was sure betting adverts in football had affected him. "It normalised it and it's made normal by being a part of the thing they love, which is football," she said. Both Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aston Villa said they had removed the logos from the junior sections of their websites, while Glasgow Celtic said the club would "never intentionally promote such services to those under 18". However, fellow Scottish Premiership side Hibernian said its "Hibs Kids" website was designed for "parents and other adults, not directly to children". Shaun Harvey - chief executive of the English Football League which represents the 72 English clubs outside the Premier League - said: "We apologise to all supporters of our clubs for any concerns this may have raised.
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