Simon Jordan insists the Premier League ought to power all golf equipment and gamers to boycott social media whether it is severe about battling racism.
A number of high-profile top-flight gamers, together with Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Reece James, have suffered vile racial abuse on-line this season.
And former Crystal Palace proprietor Jordan says Premier League golf equipment and gamers ought to ‘make a sacrifice’ by coming offline if it results in constructive change.
He advised talkSPORT: “The perfect state of affairs can be for the Premier League to say, ‘we’ve had sufficient now. We wish all of the golf equipment, all of the gamers to return offline. We’re going to take tens of millions and tens of millions of visitors out of the occasion’.
“It’ll make a noise and the media will decide it up and it’ll begin to get momentum. In case you actually dislike this as a lot as you say you do, then have the braveness of your convictions that impacts your self as a lot as individuals are affecting you.
“By coming off social media, you are taking away a number of the business alternatives for your self, you are taking away a number of the capability to leverage your fame and your model, however this should imply one thing to you.
“So if it should imply one thing to you, you must make a sacrifice. You shouldn’t must, however on this world typically you do must.”
Final week, Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has taken motion into his personal arms by deleting all of his social media platforms in a protest in opposition to racism.
Nevertheless, former Man City and England midfielder Trevor Sinclair believes soccer ‘missed a possibility’ to comply with Henry’s lead.
He stated: “It’s a missed alternative from gamers, from soccer golf equipment, from the governing our bodies.
“I really feel everybody might have taken that very same stance. I perceive there are jobs concerned whenever you’re speaking about soccer golf equipment.
“However this was a possibility for soccer as an entire to go in opposition to social media and what social media is permitting with racism and hate on platforms.
“If sufficient of soccer did come off social media, it might begin a domino impact and it might be a catalyst to different sports activities.”