Kenneth Omeruo has joined the PFA’s ENOUGH campaign, to take a stand against Racism, the latest effort by footballers to stamp out the social menace from football stadiums.
“Enough”, was originally a plan by professional footballers in England and Wales to boycott social media to take a stand against racism.
It will encourage players not to use any form of social media from 09.00am 19th April to 09.00am on the 20th April.
Omeruo shared the post on his instagram with the caption: #ENOUGH #notoracism
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In a statement published by the PFA, Wycombe Wanderers striker, Adebayo Akinfenwa said:
“England players being abused, and instances of racism in European competitions and Premier League matches have been in the news over the last few months.
“I’m glad that we are paying attention to the terrible treatment players suffer. Further down the professional leagues in England, the situation can often be far worse. These players must never be forgotten about.
“I am pleased that players from all levels are taking a stand, and this boycott is an important first step. But, it’s essential that it is just the start, and that the campaign truly takes the fight to football associations, social media companies and clubs. I will continue to work with my teammates, colleagues and the PFA to say enough is enough.”