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North Wales police are the latest to confirm they're looking into allegations of historical child sex abuse in football.
Fourteen forces including Cheshire are now investigating.
So far police across the UK have recieved two hundred and fifty calls.
The North Wales force tell CAPITAL they've taken a number of reports of historical sexual abuse in a football setting.
Detectives say they're also working with the national investigation 'Operarion Hydrant' to make sure their reponse is efficient.
Officers are also urging any victims to get in touch.
It comes as ex darts world champion Eric Bristow has said sorry for calling victims of child sex abuse in football "wimps".