Micah Richards closes Twitter Account(0)
Manchester City defender Micah Richards has closes Twitter account after being the sufferer of racist abuse.
Last year police investigated the posting of offensive feedback on the footballer official Twitter page.
The Daily Mail and Each day Mirror report that the footballer has now decided to shut his Twitter account on account of abuse by numerous people.
The 23-yr-old right back has additionally performed for England.
Nevertheless, he was largely ignored by former England manager Fabio Capello and has not gained an international cap since November 2010.
Checks by the BBC verify that the footballer’s official account has been closed, though there is no indication of when this took place.
Abuse on Twitter investigated by police in November was thought to have been posted on the website by somebody based mostly in Lincolnshire.
At the time, Lincolnshire Police posted a warning on its Twitter web page to anybody who is likely to be tempted to put up abusive comments.
It stated “deleting feedback doesn’t work”.
And a spokesman for Manchester City stated the club was conscious that police were investigating the matter due Micah Richards has closes Twitter account.
1000 Minutes Torres Without a Goal(0)
1000 Minutes Torres Without a Goal – He left Liverpool in January 2011 to join Chelsea for a file British transfer price of £50 million and since has carried out very little in terms of scoring goals.
After all, we are talking about Fernando Torres, who has now gone 16 games and 1,035 minutes without any goal for Chelsea FC and he has play 44 match with only scoring five goal. I don’t know what to say for Torres, maybe he can scoring when training. LOL…
In his latest match in opposition to Queens Park Rangers, Torres went without even getting a shot on target.
He’s had solely 35 shots since he scored his last purpose, and only 10 of those have been on target. Three purpose ‘assists’ do little for the argument to maintain him within the Chelsea side.
The truth is, he’s now on his longest run with no objective in English football.
“He had a good couple of possibilities, and so that you can have chances it’s important to place your self and he was there,” mentioned Villas-Boas. “With a bit more luck he will score.”
When the quote from the Chelsea manager was mentioned is also of little relevance – you would place that quote after any or all games he’s performed in his non-scoring streak.
Fans need your goal Torres, come on and scoring as you can. If you support Torres to scoring please share this post to your facebook or twitter.
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