Tottenham Hotspur wants to make an impact on the fight against online racist abuse after defender Davinson Sanchez was targeted last week, and may join other teams in a boycott of social media, manager Jose Mourinho said.
Scottish champion Rangers and English second-tier side Swansea City said on Tuesday they will boycott social media for a week after several players from both teams were racially abused. Sanchez was also targeted on Instagram following Tottenham’s 2-2 draw at Newcastle United on Sunday.
“The club is thinking, analysing every detail and the club of course wants to make an impact,” Mourinho told reporters before Sunday’s Premier League game at home to Manchester United.
“The decision that the club will make will be a decision that we will accept and support. It is an internal discussion about a sad situation. In relation to Davinson, there is nothing more to add…