RACISM IN FOOTBALL: Ivan Toney calls out 23-year-old White racist boy, Antonio Neill, who called him 'Black cunt' in his Instagram DM KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Saturday, October 15, 2022

RACISM IN FOOTBALL: Ivan Toney calls out 23-year-old White racist boy, Antonio Neill, who called him 'Black cunt' in his Instagram DM

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Ivan Toney calls out 23-year-old White boy, Antonio Neill, who called him 'Black cunt' in his Instagram DM. (Read More Here).

Taking to social media (Twitter), Ivan Toney, shared an IG text message of white racist boy, Antonio Neill, who referred to him as a 'Black cunt.'

The striker was celebrating his 100th appearance for the Bees but the incident has overshadowed what was a vital win for Thomas Frank's side.

Brentford have released a statement regarding the incident that reads: "We condemn this discriminatory behaviour in the strongest possible terms.

"An attack on one of our players is an attack on all of us. Ivan will receive the full backing from the club and from the Brentford fans who we have already been condemning the abuse.

"We expect strong support from the police, legal authorities and from Instagram's parent company, Meta, to ensure that the individual involved faces the full force of the law for this despicable hate crime."

The attack comes on the second weekend of the Premier League's 'No Room for Racism' campaign, where the players are taking the knee ahead of kick-off - one of several rounds of fixtures where the message will be amplified this season.

Posting the image of the abuse on his Twitter page, Toney wrote: "I wasn’t even going to post this but I woke up angry…"

Brentford have called for strong support to ensure the person responsible for sending racist abuse online to striker Ivan Toney "faces the full force of the law".
Toney posted a screenshot of abuse he received in a direct message on Instagram after scoring both goals in Brentford's 2-0 Premier League win over Brighton on Friday night.

In May, Toney and Brentford team-mate Rico Henry said members of their family were racially abused at Goodison Park after a 3-2 win over Everton last season.
Toney has enjoyed a superb start to the season, scoring eight goals in 10 Premier League games for the Bees, and was rewarded for his form last month with a first call-up to the England squad.
He did not feature in the Nations League games against Italy and Germany, but remains in contention to be named in Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad for next month’s tournament in Qatar.

“That would be a big thing [Toney making the World Cup squad],” Brentford manager Thomas Frank said after Friday's win.

“We spoke about it when he got the call up, a first cap would be amazing. For Ivan it would be amazing, I personally think, and I respect Gareth so much and he knows the bigger picture than me, I’m a little bit biased, I’m only looking at Ivan but also I know him very well.
"I think he is the perfect fit for the squad if you want that flexibility in strikers, I don't see one striker that can do the same as him.”

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