MANCHESTER UNITED star Ashley Younger has been the topic of vile racial abuse from followers following the membership’s Champions League exit by the hands of Barcelona.
The 33-year-old was shockingly known as a “f****** n*****” and a “monkey” on social media, resulting in Kick It Out to name for motion.
The Purple Devils misplaced Three-Zero to Barca on the Nou Camp final night time as they crashed out of the quarter-finals, with United’s captain taking the blame for the defeat.
One disgusting tweet from a United learn: “Ashley Younger get out of my f****** membership you n*****.”
Whereas one other stated: “White Man United supporters have the appropriate to name Ashley Younger a n***** I do not give a flying f***.”
An announcement from Kick It Out on Twitter stated: “One more black participant, this time Ashley Younger, focused with racist abuse on social media after tonight’s Champions League sport.
“Once more, we’re left asking Twitter the identical query – when will you are taking critical motion to sort out the rampant discrimination in your platform.”
Younger is simply the most recent participant to be racially abused just lately, with Arsenal investigating studies that Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly was focused on the Emirates final week.
Whereas Troy Deeney needed to flip feedback off his Instagram web page after being abused by supporters following Watford’s FA Cup semi-final win in opposition to Wolves.
Chelsea followers have been caught on digicam earlier within the season foul-mouthing Raheem Sterling, whereas Blues supporters additionally just lately sang vile songs about Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah.
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Police also arrested a supporter that racially abused Wigan maestro Nathan Byrne online following the 2-2 draw against Bristol City earlier this month.
While a Brentford season-ticket holder was arrested following claims that Derby ace Duane Holmes was subject to monkey chants at Griffin Park.
And Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha was branded as a “diving monkey” by a Newcastle fan on Twitter after the Eagles beat the Magpies 1-0 at St James’ Park.