Friday will have several football stars from the Premier league to keep quiet on the social media in order to combat racism.
The Danish midfielder Mathias 'Zanka Jørgensen is among the players.
pic.twitter.com/REXv215dZV— Mathias Zanka (@mzanka) April 19, 2019
The English Spillerforening has taken the initiative to protest, after several Premier League players in the past have been exposed for the racist smear campaign on the social media.
Tottenham player, Danny Rose, Chris Smalling from Manchester United and Watford captain Troy Deeney has also indicated that they support the boycott of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
- We can't just stand by when fodboldmyndighederne and the companies behind the social media does so little to protect the players against a vile smear campaign, says Danny Rose.
recently said the Tottenham defender, he looks forward to finish his career because of the racist speech against him.
Earlier in the week was Manchester United's Ashley Young subjected to racism on social media, after the English club had lost 0-3 at stamford bridge to FC Barcelona in the Champions League.
Watford captain Troy Deeney saw a smear campaign on Instagram earlier this month after a win over Wolverhampton in the FA Cup.
The recommended boycott of the social media starts at 9 on Friday and lasts 24 hours.