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Racism in football newspaper article

Sterling has accused some sections of the media of helping to fuel racism with their portrayal of young black footballers after he was the victim of alleged racist abuse during. I just want to say, I am not normally the person to talk a lot but when I think I need my point heard I will speak up, he posted. News Comment, if football is to be a force for good we need to talk about racism. Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League (h/t BBC Sport's Richard Conway Per, bBC Sport, the stories Sterling references in the bulletin are in relation to his team-mates Tosin Adarabioyo and Phil Foden. Sterling, 24, posted on procedural social media a day writing after suffering alleged racist abuse from Chelsea fans during. By contrast, midfielder Foden, 18, "buys a 2m home for his mum" and is later described as having "set up a future". Two people were also arrested in Edinburgh on Saturday for allegedly directing racial abuse at Motherwells Christian Mbulu during his sides defeat at Hearts, with the anti-discrimination body, Kick it Out, calling for leaders in football to take a more proactive approach in dealing with. "All I have to say is have a second thought about fair publicity and give all players an equal chance he said. The headline referring to 21-year-old defender Adarabioyo - who is on loan at West Brom - focuses on how he spent.25m on a property "despite having never started a Premier League match". Voices, the difference in treatment of white and black players in the papers is astounding. Footage was posted on social media of home supporters leaning forward screaming obscenities and one fan allegedly subjecting him to racist abuse. In his post, England international Sterling cites newspaper headlines about team-mates Tosin Adarabioyo and Phil Foden buying houses. In 2017-18, the winger scored 18 times and registered 11 assists in the Premier League as City romped to the title with a record points total. Premier League, fabregas happy for Chelsea fans to be taught a lesson. "I think this is unacceptable, both innocent, have not done a thing wrong but just by the way it has been worded, this young black kid is looked at in a bad light, which helps fuel racism and aggressive behaviour.". The Motherwell manager, Stephen Robinson, described the abuse as dark ages and dinosaur stuff. Manchester City footballer, 20, on 25,000 a week splashes out on mansion on market for.25m despite having never started a Premier League match. Log in using your social network account, oR, log in directly with, the Independent message. You have two young players starting out their careers both play for the same team, both have done the right thing, which is buy a new house for their mothers who have put in a lot of time and love into helping them get where. "Are we going to continue to allow this type of racist behaviour go on?" asked former Manchester United and England defender. The young black kid is looked at in a bad light. I think this is unacceptable, both innocent, have not done a thing wrong but just by the way it has been worded.

The Metropolitan Police revealed on Saturday that it was investigating the issue at Chelsea after a video emerged of a supporter angrily shouting at the Manchester City forward. And the referee can remove those people. Gary Lineker calling it" it didnt appear to me he told the referee in the first place. He said he no longer worried about criticism of his lifestyle. Burton defender banned for five games after racially abusing opponent. But look at how the newspapers get their message across for the young black player and then for the young white player. Hughton, we strongly condemn all forms of discrimination and encourage all fans and participants who believe that they have been the subject.

Under the headline, sterling said he" englandapos. Where is Chelseaapos, young, they will also speak with stewards to racism in football newspaper article ascertain what was said to the man after the final whistle as he was led away. In a post on, instagram, the England international screengrabbed a story that had appeared on MailOnline last January about his clubmate. No bette" chelsea have pledged take the strongest possible action where necessary and have requested video and audio from. Had to laug" we have already made comments about the way Raheem Sterling has been treated differently by the media. The Metropolitan Police and Chelsea are investigating an incident during the first half of Saturdays game at Stamford Bridge when Sterling retrieved a ball from beyond the touchline in front of the Matthew Harding stand. Sterling took to Instagram on Sunday morning to suggest he was not surprised by the behaviour of the supporters in question. S best performance since 1990, who were broadcasting the game, both have done the right thing.

Premier League, football's equality and inclusion organisation has revealed there were a total of 520 reports of abuse last season, up 11 per cent from 469 in 2016/17.Hearts have confirmed they are cooperating fully with the police in their enquiries, with anyone found to have abused Mbulu to receive indefinite bans.