By Alan Duffy
Young, l’il-bit-wappy midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong is one of the Premier League’s more charismatic chaps, with his all-action and passionate performances on the pitch endearing him to Wolves’ fans ever since he made his loan move from Arsenal.
The Ghana-born youngster is also a major Twitter personality, with his online spats with Piers Morgan in particular, only adding to his popularity. However, now the 20-year-old has entered the John Terry/alleged racism debate, questioning the rather slow actions of The FA over the affair.
“Wanna no if Anton Ferdinand was in the England team and was being charged for racism would the FA wait till the summer to charge?outoforder”
He followed that Tweet with:
“If I ever get Racially Abused I wouldn’t think f telling the FA…..I would rather tell my mum.”
You can bet that Frimpong isn’t the only player with this opinion, either, which isn’t a very good indicator of how the country’s young black footballers view the authorities at the moment.