Ofcourse you do, everyone has a right to, but then the person you're abusing (yes, saying feck off to someone is abusing) has every right to do that him/herself and shouldn't be called out for it.
Where have you been?
1. This is the second time in a row he's been booed off
2. He has been abused by fans when in his car with his wife
3. He has been regularly abused online, with some comments going after his wife.
So, no, this isn't one occasion but a toxic atmosphere that been festering at the club for years no. Social media being the biggest contributor.
That’s all well and good but we’re talking about the incident inside the stadium. Every footballer gets abused online, it’s disgraceful don’t get me wrong but that’s not got anything to do with what happened on the pitch on Sunday. Surely Xhaka can separate idiots online to the majority of game going gooners who are mostly decent folk and wouldn’t engage in such rotten behaviour.It seems more than just the booing. Hes been made a scapegoat since being made captain (not his choice) hes continuously being played even though his performances warranted being dropped (not his decision)
He and his pregnant wife have had abuse by arsenal fans online even over his kid thats just been born. Theyve even confronted the pair in his car to abuse him.
Seems all this has added to it and hes lost it.