Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s solution to online trolls after Man Utd trio racially abused

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says online trolls who racially abuse gamers want to be forcibly faraway from social media.

Marcus Rashford grew to become the newest Manchester United participant to be subjected to racist abuse following Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Arsenal.

That got here after Axel Tuanzebe and Anthony Martial had been focused by vile racist trolls within the wake of United’s shock 2-1 defeat at house to the Premier League’s backside membership Sheffield United.

“I don’t think this is just a matter of footballers or famous people [being targeted], it’s just that it gets highlighted, which is, in a sense, good that we talk about it and highlight it,” stated Solskjaer.

“But it is unacceptable behaviour and it occurs all throughout society.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has slammed the ‘unacceptable ignorance’ of online racists

“We work with the authorities and it has to be stopped, this way of discrimination on social media.

“We cannot do quite a bit, we simply have to work with the platforms, they usually’ve acquired to be sure that we’re stronger to cease this.

“We all know there’s freedom of speech, but this crosses a line of what is acceptable – this is unacceptable behaviour in 2021.

“The ignorance, you are feeling sorry for them, you’ve got simply acquired to assist them and generally you assist them by taking away the possibility to specific themselves.”

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Marcus Rashford was additionally subjected to discriminatory abuse following Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Arsenal.

The 22-year-old – who has campaigned admirably to assist deprived youngsters during the last year – took to Twitter to challenge a defiant response.

“Humanity and social media at its worst,” he wrote. “Yes I’m a black man and I live every day proud that I am.

“No one, or nobody remark, goes to make me really feel any totally different. So sorry in case you had been on the lookout for a powerful response, you’re simply merely not going to get it right here.

“I’m not sharing screenshots. It would be irresponsible to do so and as you can imagine there’s nothing original in them.

“I’ve lovely youngsters of all colors following me they usually don’t want to learn it. Beautiful colors that ought to solely be celebrated.”

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