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25 Jul 2021 08:50:26
So let me get this straight - fans are telling gini to grow a thicker skin and not get upset with the online abuse he receives, and then in the same breath are clearly wounded by him taking a swipe at fans as a collective?

It can’t just be me who sees the irony in this? 😂.

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25 Jul 2021 09:17:35
Wonder how Keita feels looking at his online reviews!

25 Jul 2021 09:28:34
Er yeah Shaq Attack, 99% of footballers have their critics. Leave with a bit of dignity and say thanks for the support. I would further add he was motivated by money in his decision making, not his love for the club.

25 Jul 2021 09:58:03
It's the satirists I feel sorry for.

25 Jul 2021 10:40:59
Given the abuse that footballers get, I think we should all take it a little more serioualy.

25 Jul 2021 10:59:23
Clearly the irony is lost on you IPC mate. The same people who telling Gini to get over the criticism are crying because he’s criticised our fan base. It’s hilarious 😂.

25 Jul 2021 11:10:44
It’s the self entitlement era. We can say whatever we want about people online but if they dare say something back we get all offended.

25 Jul 2021 11:23:47
Gini was dead right you only have to read some of the comments on here by folks that wouldn't get a kick in a horsebox yet think they know it all. Would love to see the reaction if some strangers walked into their job and told them they were sh*te at it despite not being qualified to say so. I'm quite sure they'd just accept it alright.

25 Jul 2021 12:21:00
Spot on, Shaq. The other Sky Chuckle Bro Carragher said something similar, telling Gini he was wrong to say he got abuse from fans on SM and telling him to get off SM if ghe abuse was getting too much. So in other words, Gini was wrong in calling out the LFC fans who gave him vile abuse. So in essence, Carra would rather tell people to not talk about their struggle with SM abuse rather than actually attack the problem of SM abuse and itself. That is abject victim-shaming.

Who da heck does this guy think he is? Carra or anyone else (IPC12, as well) is in NO position to tell Gini or whoever how they should deal with the abuse they get or tell him or whoever to leave any public space, go that matter if the abuse is getting too much. That is Gini’s decision and his alone. Telling him to suck it up or leave SM, is not addressing the problem of vile abuse or cyber bullying itself.

25 Jul 2021 20:08:40
There ain’t no irony as it’s the fans that pays for his wages which for the last 12 months we’re not worth the performance hence the criticism. The whatever hundred grand a week he got is enough to live with the criticism from the people paying his wages. And yes, I know it’s not just match day tickets and memorabilia that brings in income. He can say what he wants but if he thinks he’s beyond criticism for his performances from the people who pay his wages then he’s wrong.

25 Jul 2021 20:22:46
Gini is probably too classy to respond to Carra, but he could always drop in that at least he doesn't spit on fans.
That would put him in his place somewhat.

25 Jul 2021 21:30:01
Flash, how Carra kept a job after that disgraceful act is STILL beyond me. And you know what’s worse? The fact that there were actually people out there defending him by saying he was provoked by the kid’s father or some other rubbish.

Now that’s the guy lecturing Gini about how to handle online abuse or abuse in general. This is the lack of self awareness we are being afflicted with of late. As they say, “It is better to be silent and be thought of as a fool, than it is to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt”.

25 Jul 2021 22:21:59
WarMachine - it isn't just the criticism, it's what was being said. the team were struggling, people were talking as if he isn't making an effort cos he halfway out the door. For him, he was obviously doing everything he needed to remain fit and available, but wasn't get that recognition. Sure criticize a guy if he misplaces a pass, but I think fans always make this jump towards intention and motivation that is really impossible to say if you don't know the player.

25 Jul 2021 22:27:32
Being fit and available is nowhere near enough to pull on the red shirt for me Faithworks. Quality, 100% effort and match winning performances should be the criteria. And if he was doing that he wouldn’t have been criticised.

26 Jul 2021 02:40:31
well last season, being fit and available it was the standard lol but seriously, he is saying that it wasn't a fluke he wasn't available to play. I think fans need to decide what they want and also perhaps focus on positive aspects to a player instead of picking holes where they see fit

let's take 100% and match-winning performances, which are subjective. but let's roll with them. Gini is saying that he did everything to be available and make a difference for the team. Yet there were trolls out there who chose to say otherwise. And how do any of us know anyways? tbh I am surprised that he was impacted so much, but then again we need to be mindful that these guys are human too. In his eyes, he was giving 100% effort for the team that wasn't being seen. It'd grate on me too.

26 Jul 2021 06:20:58
Oil Red you’re talking about different issues now. Cyber abuse and not feeling valued are different things. If a player is cyber abused e. g racism and personal attacks it should not be condoned. A player being critiqued for their performances is something else. I personally never rated the player. He was a work horse yes, but he didn’t score enough, create enough, or penetrate enough and I have every right to offer that opinion. If you or he doesn’t like it, they can be on their merry way. He was motivated by money for me. We’ve lost vastly superior players and done far better. You’re trying to muddy the conversations with your nonsense.



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