The sensational decision by English Soccer Eddie NKETIAH, Arsenal Stricker cited in news for statement boycott Social Media as a part of protest against the Online abuse. The recent online racial abuse includes the long list of football players of ARSENAL’s William and Eddie and also Manchester United’s Marcus RASHFORD and Anthony Martial.
Racist comments on Twitter
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Earlier, in February 2021 Eddie had posted a picture of him captioning “Working with a smile!” post from training ahead of the Europa League tie against Benfica, and the post was met with the abuse and people started replying to racist comments and the comment was to leave the Gunners.
English Soccer Officials on Saturday 24 April 2021, have stated that a week blackout of Social Media as a part of the protest, the tweet which made by Eddie, and some users have commented about saying him to leave the training of gunners.
sky sports reported that F.C ARSENAL, chief executive VINAI VENKATESHAM, questioned that as soon as the comment made the twitter responded by permanently suspending the user’s account and taking charges on the unreasonable behavior by users.
the VINAI further has called a summit on Thursday, so as to protest this online racist abuse. He also said to “wake up” and “not” to underestimate the impact of online abuse. he ensured psychological support to the players and they also track down the abusers and would also take the action accordingly.
Previous incidents of Online Racist abuse and protest
This protest cannot be done alone so with the coalition support with Premier League, the richest and highest Soccer league in the world, ENGLAND’s Soccer Federation to put an end to offensive behavior on the social media spectrum. protest about a week fury and street against the top soccer club which failed to create Breakaway European League.
The abusive incidents include KAREN CARNEY, was a former footballer and current sports pundit, have deleted her Twitter account after met with the online abuse, the harassment just not only of fans but also by club social media accounts.
In February, executives of the Football association and popular the premier league wrote a letter calling Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s chief executive, and Mark Zuckerberg, the C.E.O. of Facebook to put an end to the “Offensive abuse ” by taking responsible actions coming from the users from the respective social media platforms and support the players.
Finally, Eddie on MONDAY 25 April has called on the United Kingdom to, bring strong legislation to make social media companies more accountable for the recent unacceptable harassment of users on the respective platforms.
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