Marcus Rashford: Social media makes racism too easyCat:未分類

Marcus Rashford says networking platforms make racism’easy’ and encouraged them to do more to tackle the matter. England and the Manchester United forward has been one of a number of players abused in recent weeks, after missing a penalty during United’s 2-1 defeat against Crystal Palace subjected to tweets moments. Rashford believes the solution to the challenge is simple – . “For me personally, it is too easy to do anything you prefer on the internet,” Rashford mentioned ahead of England’s European Qualifier against Bulgaria. “Any of us today could go on and create reports and write what we need under anybody’s posts and no one could ever know. “The solution is simple to work out if you had to show identification to create an account which means everybody can just have one account. “For me personally, there’s hundreds of thousands of people who use my name on social networking and they can write what they like.” “But people are talking out and people are listening so hopefully we can put it .” In an attempt to clamp down on the issue, Twitter are currently suggesting to monitor the reports of 50 black footballers – . “That doesn’t alter anything, the amount of accounts out there is absurd – a lot of them are not doing it from their accounts, they are all collectible accounts,” Rashford added. “To be truthful, if it continues people will just start to come off the platforms when it they wind up doing more bad than good.” This past week, Chris Powell was appointed as a mentor from the England set up and Southgate thinks it is important to give opportunities. About the appointment of the former Charlton, Huddersfield and Southend manager:”We’re attempting to be at the forefront of providing opportunities to coaches from minority cultural groups and Chris is an fantastic example of a person who’s entirely capable, has good experience for a manager and obviously experience of international football – he’s really worked with a number of the players in our squad when he turned into a team manager. “So, I’m hoping it is going to be a fantastic insight for him to how we operate. He will be able to deliver qualities we don’t have within our coaching team. “We hope to create role models that young people may aspire to. That they could see there is opportunity, they can see that a number of the hurdles they feel have been there, have now been broken . We believe that is a really strong and important message.” Read more here: