Joachim Andersondefense of Crystal Palace, is subject of insults and death threats on social networks by liverpool fans, after the 1-1 draw at Anfield, where provoked and received a header of the Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunez, who was expelled.
Núñez saw the direct red shown by the referee Paul Tierney in the 57th minute and now faces a three-match ban for violent conduct against another player. Many followers of networksaccused AndersenEagles back, to get ejected because of his reaction.
Andersenshared the following regarding the response of the Liverpool fans:
“I got maybe 300-400 of these messages last night,” published the Danish in a ‘story’ of Instagram, showing some of the threats received. “I understand that you support a team, but have a little respect and stop acting like that on the internet. I hope @instagram and the @premierleague do something about it.”
A spokesman for the premier league confirmed that the agency has already contacted the Crystal Palace to offer you help.
Some of the screenshots they asked for the death of the playerwhile others contained harsh attacks, including threats to Andersen and his family.
I will kill you and your family. Fuck off. See you, he will die.
I hope you and your family have a long life of pain, you fucking bastard.
I hope your plane crashes on the way back to London.
Joachim Andersen’s Instagram messages after last night are an absolute horror-show.
These people astound me. Imagine writing any of that to another human being. pic.twitter.com/D2Pqbj7KK2
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) August 16, 2022
With these situations inside and outside of football, the internet safety billwhich was received with pleasure both by the English Football Federation as by the anti-discrimination charity kick it outwhich was to be discussed in the Parliament in July.
The legislation is designed to imposing greater care on tech companies to address abuse and hate on their platformsbut it was postponed until the conclusion of the campaign for the leadership of the Conservative Party, which will decide the next prime minister.
(With information from Europe Press)