Several “Swan” players (Jamaal Lowe, Ben Kabango and Jan Danda) were insulted and the club decided to remain silent on their accounts for a week
Swansea City will boycott A week Use social networks to protest racial discrimination The suffering of England players in recent months.
Championship (English Division 2) club announced All his players From the first team, quarry, women’s team, coaching staff Due to the refusal to discriminate, the official account will be suspended for a week.
In the UK, it has become a common phenomenon for players to accept insults through social media after the game. The Premier League and other institutions have been handed over to different social platformsSo that they can take measures to avoid this situation.
The latest case is Trent Alexander-Arnold (Trent Alexander-Arnold) and Naby Keita (Naby Keita), after they defeated Real Madrid, I received a monkey emoji on social media.
As far as Swansea is concerned, Players Jamal Lowe, Ben Cabango and Yan Dhanda were racially discriminated against In the past two months, this has prompted Swansea to make this bold decision.
“For me, we are still talking about racism today, which is really incredible.. We know that the players are under tremendous pressure and should not underestimate how such social media comments will affect them,” Swansea captain Matt Grimes said in a statement.
Swansea was not the first to make this kind of decision. Thierry Henry, A few weeks ago, Announce to leave the network Until they solved the racism problem they were living in.