Rangers captain James Tavernier becomes the newest football player to receive racist abuse on social media

February 2018 – West Ham condemns their own fans after being told that Mohamed Salah is a & # 39; f ***** g Muslim c *** & # 39; used to be.

December 2018 – Raheem Sterling tells the police that he heard racially motivated remarks on Stamford Bridge.

Days later, Chelsea urged fans to invoke & # 39; think power & # 39; after they sang a so-called anti-Semitic song.

Fans were later seen with a Chelsea Headhunters flag with the SS Death badge.

Elsewhere, a Tottenham fan who threw a banana peel at Arsenal & Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was banned and fined for four years.

March 2019 – Montenegro accused by UEFA after English players, including Danny Rose and Callum Hudson-Odoi, were subjected to racist abuse.

April 2019Chelsea supporter accuses fellow fans of racist abuse during absence match against Slavia Prague.

League 1 game stopped after Amiens defender Prince Gouano suffered alleged racial abuse.

Chelsea condemn fans filmed singing vileine chants about Salah who Muslim star as a & # 39; bomber & # 39; describes.

Snapchat video emerges from fan abusing Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.

After Liverpool, Salah, a Muslim, played against Southampton, a Twitter user said, referring to the Islamic belief that you shouldn't eat pork, he would force the c *** bacon.

Troy Deeney turns off responses to his Instagram account after receiving racist abuse.

Wigan & # 39; angry & # 39; Nathan Byrne got the message & # 39; you filthy black b ****** I hope you and your family die as slaves to you & # 39 ;, as Wilfried Zaha reveals that he & # 39; was mentioned on Twitter.

Juventus star Moise Kean suffers racial abuse while he scores in victory over Cagliari.

Tiemoue Bakayoko is subjected to racial abuse during the semi-defeat of Copaco Italia in Lazio.

A football team from Aberdeen University ran off the field after an alleged racist attack was directed at one of their players.