Wolverhampton Wanderers' favorite Carl Ikeme has destroyed the fans who have racially abused Troy Deeney and his teammate Watford.
Ikeme has described the racists as & # 39; cowards and a shame & # 39 ;.
It follows abuse sent to Deeney & # 39; s Instagram account and teammate Adrian Mariappa after Watford & # 39; s 3-2 FA Cup semi-final win over Wolves at Wembley.
Former goalkeeper Ikeme, who was in the game to see his old team in action, tweeted: "Anyone who has raced racist assaults to Troy and Marriapa is a shame and a coward.
"I know it is a few of the thousands of real fans, but the need is constantly being addressed."
Deeney, 30, scored a final sob penalty to make an extra bet on Sunday's draw.
The Hornets won the game by Gerard Deulofeu and booked a place in the final against Manchester City on May 18.
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Deeney has since claimed that he has been racially abused on social media.
"Due to the events of the last 24 hours, I will post comments on my posts," Deeney said on Instagram.
"For me, this is not a game. If you are racially abusing my family or myself, I must take steps to prevent young people from seeing these comments and thinking that it is acceptable, and showing people I care about these petty people. people."
Danny Rose recently explained how he & # 39; can't wait to retire & # 39; because of the constant problem football has with racism. The Tottenham defender and his English teammate Raheem Sterling are two of the most vocal voices on the subject.
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