Midfielder criticizes supporters over online harassment in his last season at Anfield
Jamie Carragher has turned his back on Giorgione Vignald’s midfielder’s advice that he left Liverpool because of the club’s fans.
After his contract expired and his contract for Paris Saint-Germain expired, he left for the Premier League this summer.
The Dutch star has criticized Reeds supporters on social media for their behavior, but Kerger does not believe his claims.
What has been said?
The former Liverpool centerback posted on Twitter, “I love Guinea but it’s not okay, social media is a circus and every club has a joke.”
“Turn off your notifications and delete the app if it’s bothering you!
“He needs more money, the club said no, it’s football!”
What did Wijlandum say?
Vignaldum said fans of the team used social media to blame his disappointing performances last season.
He told Times“Fans in the stadium and spectators on social media were two different things.” “In the stadium, I can’t say anything bad about them. He always supported me.
“If we lost, on social media, I was the one who was to blame. [claiming] That i wanted to leave There was a time when I was like, ‘Wow, if only they knew what I was doing to stay fit and play every game.’
“You can’t complain because it’s your job. But other players may have said: ‘I’m not fit.’ You get players in their final year who are like this: ‘I’m not playing because it’s a risk.’ I did the opposite.
“I didn’t always play well but after the game I could look in the mirror and say: ‘I trained hard to get better’.”