Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers condemned the racist abuse against online gamblers but said they shouldn’t use social media platforms to get confirmation of their accomplishments. The FA last week called on the government and social media companies to act swiftly against racist abuse online.

Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford, Axel Tuanzebe and Anthony Martial, and Chelsea’s Reece James are among those who have faced racist abuse online in recent weeks. Rodgers said the abuse was “unacceptable,” but added players would likely receive negative comments on social media and would need to learn to deal with the criticism.

“I would casually tell players when they need it, great but if you don’t I don’t understand why you bother and not look for the satisfaction of seeing how well you did it, by simply turning it on. ” social media, “Rodgers said.” If you’re only there to gratify yourself for what you’ve done really well, and if you don’t do something well and get criticized for it, you crumble, it doesn’t say much.

“You have to take the rough with the smooth.”

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