Rhian Brewster Opens Up About The Racial Abuse

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In various circumstances, there could be so much else to talk if Rhian Brewster pulls up his seat to the first key interview of what promises to be a thrilling career. The young man - or boy, actually - sitting isn't short of highlights when he looks back on 2017. He's a World Cup winner with England's Under-17s, in addition to being the owner of the golden boot trophy from precisely the exact same tournament, and there'll be plenty of other chances, almost certainly, in the future to discuss the star qualities that have established him as one of the rising young hopes of British soccer. Yet we're here, on his request, since he wants to discuss his other adventures over the last year and undergo a story, at age 17, that may make you despair. He's speaking with a courage which goes beyond his years and he expects, in the process, that what he says could go all of the ways to the peak of the sport -- if, in other words, the relevant folks are ready to listen.

Uefa, specifically, should listen because this is a cry for help and it feels so desperately wrong that over the course of an hour a teenage footballer, still to make his professional debut, can remember seven events when he says he's been abused or witnessed the exact same happening to a team-mate. Five of the alleged incidents are from the previous seven months. Two have been while playing for England and one happened in the World Cup final when, amid all of the golden memories of beating Spain's Under-17s, Brewster says he could vividly recall one of his team-mates being known as a "fighter" with an opposition player. To talk out takes courage because it can't be easy for any player, especially among his era, to undergo the more excruciating details. Yet it's also obvious that Brewster has been considering going public for a while and, importantly, he's a strong support network set up. agen sbobet terpercaya

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Jürgen Klopp, the director, knows the interview and filled with admiration for what the adolescent is attempting to do. Steven Gerrard, one of Brewster's mentors in the club's academy, is exactly the same. Liverpool, quite understandably, is proud of what their player is performing. "They said I must speak to my parents before doing anything and see what my mother and dad believe. My mom and dad are unnerved because this isn't the first time. They are angry and they do not want it to keep happening. And they are angry because nothing was done about it." Behind his polite smile and softly spoken demeanor, he's angry, too, and the motives quickly become apparent when he clarifies, in uncensored form, what prompted Liverpool to submit a formal complaint after playing Spartak Moscow at a Uefa Youth League tie at Prenton Park, home of Tranmere Rovers, three weeks ago.

"I had been on the ground and I had the ball in my hands.  One of the players started saying things in Russian into the ref.  I said: 'it is a filthy, man, what are you playing?'  I was sitting down at this stage.  "I jumped to my feet and the ref came running because clearly, he realized something was said.  He the referee explained to me he could not do anything because he had not heard it 'the one thing I can do is report it'.  I said: 'Come on, then -- let us go and examine it.'  He began doing something else and I said: 'No, today.'  We went to the fourth official and informed him.

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