Law Enforcement in Great Britain shocked their nation, announcing that a boy aged twelve had been arrested. This follows after the young boy sent racist messages to a footballer with Crystal Palace FC. That footballer is Wilfried Zaha, who didn’t hesitate upon waking up to share these racist sentiments to thousands of followers. What Wilfried Zaha showed was an image of the Ku Klux Klan, where the young boy of twelve uttered: “You better not score tomorrow you [Expletive Content Unavailable]”.
The Ivory Coast birthed Wilfried Zaha, where after acquiring his skillsets the footballer moved to Great Britain. He’d hone natural talents in England & inevitably become contracted through the Premier League. Zaha showed his actual actions and lack of sympathy towards a young child when sharing these messages. Wilfried didn’t consider the numerous opportunities provided to him when aged twelve & younger, instead of wanting to thrive off support from the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Wilfried Zaha indicated that the young boy was supporting Aston Villa, the upcoming opponent that’ll face off against Crystal Palace on Sunday. Both teams didn’t hesitate to release comprehensive statements regarding Zaha’s post, disregarding the age of this twelve-year-old boy again. The Aston Villa Football Club was 1st to issue their apologies & sympathies, deploring all forms of racial discrimination. AVFC then clarified they’d assist law enforcement with their investigation and issue a lifetime ban against this child. Their involvement is suspected of having led to the arrest of this young child.
Backlash Against Severe Punishments Onto a Child
The Premier League then stood behind Wilfried Zaha, remarking that this young man’s actions weren’t remotely acceptable. That is accurate & punishment should’ve been given to this young man. However, the punishment induced is severe, reminiscing what’d be governed onto an adult. Hundreds of thousands worldwide have expressed their disgust towards UK Law Enforcement, Aston Villa Football Club, and the Premier League.
All three entities could’ve used this opportunity to educate a young child, make him a better civilian, and not destroy his future in the process. This child won’t be permitted for employment until 21, with countless other factors in life affecting his future growth. UK Police & the Premier League created a delinquent with no opportunity for his future.