Liverpool rejected, Wednesday (7), the “abominable” racist crimes against Trent Alexander Arnold, Naby Keita and Sadio Mane on social media after yesterday’s 6 defeat, 3-1 against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
The English side received Alexander Arnold Emoticons From the monkey in his latest Instagram post, similar crimes have gone against Keita, the Guinea midfielder, and Mane, a striker from Senegal.
“Once again, unfortunately, we are discussing heinous racist crimes the morning after a football match. This is totally unacceptable and must stop,” Liverpool said in a statement. “The Lebanese Football Association rejects all forms of discrimination, and we continue to work with our partners in inclusiveness through our Red Together initiative to counter this.”
English football organizations are urging social media companies to address the problem of virtual crimes in response to racist messages against players, including Manchester United player Axel Tuanzibi, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, Willian and Eddie Nikitiah of Arsenal.
Instagram announced a rash of actions, and Twitter promised to continue its efforts after taking action on more than 700 football crime cases in the UK in 2019.
Liverpool said it will work with the relevant authorities to identify the users responsible for the messages.
“As a club, we will provide the players with whatever support they may need,” the Premier League champions said. We will also work … to identify those responsible and prosecute them if possible. ” “We know that this will not be sufficient until the strongest possible measures are adopted by the platforms and regulatory bodies that govern them. The current situation cannot be allowed to continue.”
Last month, Thierry Henry, the former Arsenal and France striker, destroyed his social media accounts in protest against platforms not taking action against anonymous account holders who practice online racism and harassment.
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