Tottenham Hotspur’s Eric Dier says the tradition of abuse from spectators in football is an enormous downside and government want to take stricter motion towards offenders. Dier, 26, was once banned for 4 video games and fined by way of the FA over a disagreement with a Spurs fan after the London aspect’s defeat on consequences by way of Norwich City within the FA Cup 5th spherical in March.
Following the penalty shootout on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, video photos confirmed Dier mountaineering over seats and confronting a house supporter sooner than he was once restrained by way of safety guards and different fanatics.
“It’s a massive problem,” the England world mentioned. “It’s a massive problem in society in general because of social media, football stadiums, sports stadiums in general.
“It needs to be looked at much more seriously and there needs to be much more repercussions. It is being addressed, but it needs to be addressed even more.
“I have no problem with anyone criticising my footballing ability at any time, but when it’s anything more than that then there is a big problem.”
Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha has referred to as on social media platforms to spot and take away customers who lodge to racist abuse after he was once focused sooner than his workforce’s Premier League fit at Aston Villa previous this month.
Borussia Dortmund’s new signing Jude Bellingham and Sheffield United striker David McGoldrick have additionally been subjected to on-line racist abuse in fresh weeks.