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Premier League-players boycott social media to protest against racism

Several Premier League players, Friday nothing all the day on social media to protest against the lack of measures against racism.

The action is an initiative of the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA), the British spelersvakbond.

Under more Georginio Wijnaldum, Nathan Aké, Kevin de Bruyne and Eden Hazard have only a red image with the word ‘enough’ on their timeline, after which they 24 hours nothing will post. Also clubs such as Manchester United, Crystal Palace and Arsenal to join the action.

The PFA wants the action sports community and people on social media calls to try harder to act against racism.

Apengeluiden for Young at United

Manchester United-defender Ashley Young was given last week to apengeluiden of their own fans when the club was eliminated by FC Barcelona in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. Also through social media was the leader of racist comments.

Earlier this year, Watford-captain Troy Deeney to make racist comments on social media and were more players from the English team the subject of racist slogans of Montenegro fans during the international match between Montenegro and England.

Deeney is one of the spokespersons of the action. “The boycott is only a small first step. The players speak now with one voice against racism. Enough is enough,” said the attacker.

#Enough Let’s make a stand together against racist abuse. ??????????

AvatarAuteurGWijnaldumMoment of plaatsen10:27 – april 19, 2019

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