Fulham: Marco Silva on Alex Iwobi who received online abuse after AFCON final



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Fulham manager Marco Silva on Alex Iwobi, who suffered online abuse following Nigeria’s defeat to Ivory Coast in the Africa Cup of Nations Final.

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10 thoughts on “Fulham: Marco Silva on Alex Iwobi who received online abuse after AFCON final

  1. Disgusting that there is still racism in 2024… You get to the final of an International tournament with your country and you get racially abused? Hold your head up Alex. What were these idiots doing while you were playing in an International tournament final? Probably nothing. They're irrelevant mate. Rashford, Saka and Sancho had the same after England didn't win as well. Guess what guys, thats sport at the highest level, you're not always going to win…

  2. It wasn't even his fault we were sh*t. It was the coach's fault for setting them up to play archaic football and for playing him game after game despite his below average performances.

  3. Iwobi was played out of position, and the online abuse was unacceptable, but I hope Iwobi retires from international football because Nigeria can do better.

  4. If FIFA wants to develop football and increase goals, the offside law must be developed – the offside law is the biggest cause of goals being cancelled. With the use of mouse and mini-mouse technology, the margin for human error has become non-existent, and the frequent goal cancellations make football a boring game – the law must be developed to the following: Offside If the attacker's entire body passes the last defending player, and any intersection between them is not considered a case of offside. This will significantly increase the number of goals

    You want a successful World Cup in America. The current law must be changed – How do you convince an American to watch a scoreless ninety-minute match??

    So they don't like it and it's boring and they prefer basketball, rugby and hockey

    We ask the specialists to make our voice heard

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