At the heart of the party’s problems lies what can be called “white denialism” – the inability to acknowledge the continuing repercussions of race and racism in the country. This has affected its analytical capacity to the point of endangering its electoral fortunes. Source Source […]
Chelsea's Frank Lampard is ''disgusted'' by the online racist abuse towards striker Tammy Abraham after he missed their fifth penalty in their Super Cup defeat to Liverpool.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has said he was "disgusted" by the abuse received by forward Tammy Abraham following their defeat to Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup.
Abraham's missed penalty during the shootout ensured Jurgen Klopp's side were the winners in Istanbul following a 2-2 draw and the ex-Aston Villa man was later the victim of abuse on Twitter.
Lampard praised Abraham's bravery in stepping up to take the fifth penalty and said it is "too easy" to send abuse on social media platforms.
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