Manchester United Star striker and England player ‘Marcus Rashford’ have been the latest victim of Racist’s abuse lately.
The English player who took to his social media handle to respond to his racist said that he is proud to be black and nobody can make him feel different. Though he refused to call out or mention the culprit online as it will only add credit to them.
In his tweet, he wrote “Humanity and social media at its worst. Yes I’m a black man and I live every day proud that I am. No one, or no one comment, is going to make me feel any different. So sorry if you were looking for a strong reaction, you’re just simply not going to get it here”.
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Recall that in the recent past weeks, two other Manchester United players ‘Alex Tuanzebe and Anthony Martial’ have also suffered Racists abuse. Not minding the efforts both the English FA and FIFA are putting in place to end racist abuse in football, it seems that there will never be a stop?
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“We Have No Plans To Sign Lionel Messi” — Man City
English Premier League side, Manchester City football club have debunked claims that they are making any offer to Lionel Messi, even as the Barcelona forward’s contract will expire at the end of the season.
Messi even though he’s still a Barcelona’s player, has the right to speak to top European clubs and has been heavily linked with several clubs like Manchester City and French Ligue 1 giants, Paris Saint-Germain.
This week, reports surfaced that City made a revised transfer offer for the Argentine superstar, but the club has come out to deny the reports.
Wealthy City are one of the very few clubs that could afford his salary structure and it was also gathered that a deal could also see Messi play for other sides in the City Football Group – including New York City FC.
We haven’t made any offer for Messi. Either now or last summer and there are no plans to make any” a club official told Goal.com.
Messi will be 34 in June, and will have to wait the season ends to decide his future as whether to extend his Barca’s contract, where he has spent all his entire professional footballing career.