It's not the first time,and it wouldn't be the last time as Social Media continues to cause more harm than good,even in the football world.
Many football coaches all over the world has continued to vouch against Social Media,Arsenal coach,Arteta,Everton's Carlo Ancelotti has gone to the extent of asking thief players to consider leaving social Media.
Liverpool Coach,Jurgen Klopp has become the latest football figure to speak out against players and coaches using social media.
After the Champions League first leg tie against Real Madrid,Trent Alexander-Arnold and Naby Keita were both racially abused on social Media, clearly highlighting what the present Social Media world has become
In a press conference today,Jurgen Klopp had his say on the issue of Social Media.The German Tactician hinted on the need for players to always ignore such kind of things as Criticism will always come in one way or the other.
"The advice I would give is that people you don't know, people who are not really interested in you, people who don't want to help you with criticism, don't listen," Jurgen Klopp said.
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