The former footballer Trevor Sinclair has ended up in something of a storm after a derogatory comment about Liverpool fans on Twitter.
Football fills so much in England, and therefore English fodboldeksperter also tread carefully on social media, if they don't want to get in focus.
'Bin dippers, we're coming after you,' wrote the former Manchester City player in a posting on Twitter that was meant as a suppository to the supporters of Premier League førerhold.
This writes the british media Dailymail.
the Words 'bin dippers' are referred to in the English fanmiljø as a derogatory slang term for lavtstillede inhabitants in Liverpool.
Tweetet came on the back edge of Manchester City's 4-1 victory over Burnley, which meant that Liverpool's lead was reduced to eight points.
the Sinclairs ordvalgt put the subsequent debate on social media, where more LIverpool fans went to the keys with their frustrations.
Several fans requires that the former england midfielder fired from his job as fodboldekspert on the radio station talkSPORT:'Have not fired Trevor Sinclair yet?"I didn't know why talkSPORT was to use Trevor Sinclair, and now I know it is not at all."Completely unfair comment. When does the FA (the English football association, red.) anything to stop the hateful names?"I thought Trevor Sinclair was supposed to be a fodboldorakel, and not a person who makes a mockery of poverty."Your (talkSPORT, red.) friend twetter a sick comment about people who are starving.'
the main character tried afterward to put a damper on the events, even a tweet.
'So sensitive. Relax, you are still eight points ahead,' stood there in the advertisement from the 46-year-old Trevor Sinclair, who nevertheless have been obliged to lay themselves flat down and apologize for the disparaging comment.
'To all fans, I came across because of my comment yesterday. Sorry. It was just whether to obtain a head start. It was not my intention to offend anyone, and especially not someone from a lower social strata. I myself am from the working class, so I understand well how it has been taken in the mod. I'm sorry,' he writes.
Subsequently, he and talkSPORT decided that the Sinclairs fee for Wednesday's værtsjob be donated to the homeless and other charities in Liverpool.Updated Date: 04 December 2019, 22:00