“Social Media” is a deadly weapon in the hands of the stars

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What was revealed by the leader of the English club, Watford Football Club, was not an ordinary religious story, as the man, after refusing to join his team’s exercises in fear of transmitting any infection to his child, lived a real nightmare.There, in the city where Dini represents her team, the evil face of the fans appeared through a “crime tool” that was available to everyone, and it is the social media through which Dini received messages from people wishing to infect his five-month-old child with the Corona virus!
Harsh and cruel talk was also addressed in a series of comments, which were aimed at Newcastle United player Danny Rose, who played the spearhead in refusing to return competitions in England as long as the epidemic is still rampant in the country.
These incidents in England clearly indicate the complex relationship between football and social media, which has become more complicated after the crisis of “Corona” that struck the world, although some scenes made round lovers live enjoyable times through special sessions followed directly and none of them became bored. And, like every look made by the Brazilian “phenomenon” Ronaldo via “Instagram”, where he recalled many beautiful stations in his career with stars playing alongside or against them, and that episode in which the former English star David Beckham participated, hit very large numbers in terms of viewing And spread after it.

The characters of many current players seem weak due to the negative impact of social media

But the reality is that the means of communication supposed to be a powerful weapon in the hands of the stars seemed to be a weak point in other places that exposed them to problems, which may become worse in a later period, especially in light of the public’s distance from the stadiums, which means that the only means of friction between the players and the audience will be Sites and applications. For example, any fan can express his discontent by crying against the performance of a particular player in the stands, and then he forgets about what happened, but if he is at home he will only find the means of communication to express himself, to draw with him an endless series of negative comments That directly affects the player.
This issue bears the responsibility of the players in the first place, as it is no secret that just because the match ends, most of them rush to seek the opinion of the followers via the means of communication, which is something that fans who take advantage of the players’ review of the details of their lives through “Social Media” to put themselves in and turn them into annoying nightmares. .
Indeed, it can be considered that these methods have caused confusion in the performance of players on the field, as they often think that they should not be mistaken during the match so that after their end they cannot find insults and ridicule awaiting them after the end of the 90 minutes.
There is no doubt that in this context, the media left its impact on the personality of the players, which seems weaker than its counterpart for the players of the 1990s, for example, as “Social Media” had no role in their exposure to insults or attacks from the public, as you rarely currently find a player with the character of Frenchman Eric Cantona or German Stefan Evenberg for example, two months of creating direct confrontations with protesting masses in the mid-1990s.
From here, it was not surprising that some coaches resorted to taking exceptional measures regarding their players’ immersion in “social media”, similar to what Spain’s Josep Guardiola did, for example, upon his arrival in Manchester City 4 years ago, where he banned the “Internet” on the field The main thing about the training, and in some of the halls connected to the complex, including the dressing rooms, so that not everything is presented to the public through pictures and videos of his players.
After Pep eased his procedures, his Portuguese counterpart, Jose Mourinho, appeared there in Manchester United, who prevented his players from taking any photo in the club or practice fields 48 hours before any team match, due to his awareness of the extent of the damage any publication of this kind might do. On his plans that are supposed to have privacy.

Of course, in the time of Corona, clubs are no longer able to apply their rules of social media and are far from their players, which made them unprotected and vulnerable to the loss of many public battles due to the systematic attacks that the public often creates, which forces players to either leave virtual platforms or Accept losses and bear their repercussions.
But the mere idea of ​​deserting the “social media” is not a possibility for many stars, for purely financial reasons, as a player like Cristiano Ronaldo gets $ 47.8 million annually through his advertising posts on “Instagram”, a number that exceeds what He gets it from his Italian team Juventus in one season. His eternal rival, Argentine Lionel Messi, is equally important, as he earns $ 23.3 million from the same platform.
Figures that cause one to be convinced that, whatever the level of hatred for the players at times on the means of communication, the most they will do is boycott it for a short period of time, just as the English duo Rahim Stirling, Marcus Rashford and Frenchman Paul Pogba did when they were absent for only 24 hours.





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