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Manchester United Midfielder Fred: Racist Abuse On Social Media Cannot Be Permitted

Manchester United midfielder Fred says "we cannot feed that culture" after being racially abused on social media following Sunday's FA Cup quarter-final loss to Leicester City. (More Football News) The 28-year-old received numerous abusive messages on an Instagram post after gifting possession to Kelechi Iheanacho in the build-up to Leicester's opening goal in the 3-1…

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Manchester United midfielder Fred says "we cannot feed that tradition" after being racially abused on social media following Sunday's FA Cup quarter-final loss to Leicester Metropolis. (Extra Soccer News)

The 28-300 and sixty five days-gentle obtained a large choice of abusive messages on an Instagram publish after gifting possession to Kelechi Iheanacho within the abolish-as a lot as Leicester's opening purpose within the three-1 defeat. 

Fred is the most recent United player to be focused, with Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Axel Tuanzebe also subjected to an identical feedback in present weeks.

Brazil world Fred took to Twitter on Monday to publish: "Social media feedback stuffed with abominate and, above all, racism: we cannot feed that tradition. 

We stand collectively #UnitedAgainstRacism https://t.co/ALf1g2d0vx

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) March 22, 2021

"We cannot aceppt (sic) it. We want to fight it continuously. We're higher and better than that. Sufficient!"

United fair no longer too long ago condemned the abuse directed at their gamers by "mindless idiots", whereas Rashford final month told social media companies to snatch stronger trip in opposition to those responsible.


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