A MINORITY of shameless supporters hijacked Manchester United’s anti-racism video to abuse Ashley Younger.
The Crimson Devils unveiled a clip on social media supporting the #Sufficient marketing campaign as they make a stand towards racist abuse.
Golf equipment and gamers are boycotting social media for 24 hours in help of the scheme launched by the PFA.
United helped promote the video by utilizing plenty of first-team stars corresponding to Fred, Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard.
However United’s newest boo boy Younger nonetheless attracted abuse from a bit of supporters.
It got here after he was the sufferer of vile racism following the Crimson Devils’ Champions League exit towards Barcelona.
This time they used the video as a platform to demand United flog Younger in the summertime.
One mentioned: “Sufficient time at Man Utd, no Utd fan ought to need to endure watching younger taking part in for man Utd week in week out!”
One other added: “Simply seen a stat saying that Ashley Younger has apparently misplaced possession 756 occasions this season, which averages to about 22 occasions each 90 minutes.
“That is who we pay £120okay every week to. Terrible. no place for him additionally.”
A 3rd mentioned: “
#Sufficient of Ashley Younger as effectively.”
Younger is simply the most recent participant to be racially abused lately, with Arsenal investigating stories 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 towards Wolves.
Chelsea followers have been caught on digicam earlier within the season foul-mouthing Raheem Sterling, whereas Blues supporters additionally lately sang vile songs about Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah.
Police additionally arrested a supporter that racially abused Wigan maestro Nathan Byrne on-line following the 2-2 draw towards Bristol Metropolis earlier this month.
Whereas a Brentford season-ticket holder was arrested following claims that Derby ace Duane Holmes was topic 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-Zero at St James’ Park.