Declan Rice would like to find that the crackdown on social networking misuse later he received threats to England in the Republic of Ireland.
The West Ham midfielder says he had been subjected to taunts by some Irish lovers who branded him”Judas” following his switch from February.
Having represented the team and won caps, earlier this season that the 20-year-old declared his focus to switch to the country of his birth.
Rice considers action needs to be taken to take care of the abuse that he and many the others get via social networking.
“Yeah I have had a few bad pieces, I have had people saying they are going to come to my house… yeah on line,” he told ITV News. “There’s a couple of bits I could enter but I don’t need to go into it, threats to my family, threats to me.
“You click on their profile and they’d only be like a bogus profile [you] don’t know if it is accurate or not.
“We’re in 2019 and it is occurring week in week out, it is not good enough, but we will need to stamp our power ”
England manager Gareth Southgate praised Rice – who is at the Euro 2020 qualifier from Kosovo in line for his fifth cap for England – for the way he has handled the circumstance.
Southgate said:”When I spoke with Declan concerning the possibility of him transferring association across, I was quite conscious that this was something which could occur.
“That is why I wished to tread quite carefully, to ensure his family had the time they had to make a decision.
“I have never pushedbecause I guessed this could be a portion of the consequences of this. I believe he’s coped with everything maturely.
“He simply wants to concentrate on his soccer and I believe he has been an extremely great addition to our team, with regard to his ability but his attitude and character.”
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