Raheem Sterling takes aim at the Daily Mail in Instagram post

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"With one early-morning Instagram post Raheem Sterling has got everyone talking about racism", Collymore began.

Patrice Evra has expressed his dismay after Raheem Sterling was allegedly subjected to racist abuse during Manchester City's Premier League match at Chelsea on Saturday.

Writing about the incident on Sunday, Sterling said such behaviour was being fuelled by unfair coverage of young black players in newspapers.

Before last summer's World Cup he was attacked for having a tattoo of an assault rifle on his leg, a tattoo that Sterling said was a tribute to his father who was murdered when the footballer was just two.

"Regarding what was said at the Chelsea game, " Sterling wrote, "as you can see by my reaction I just had to laugh because I don't expect no better".

"Pre-tournament he was getting battered, so much stick", the ex-Manchester United defender said on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football. It then continued on into the tournament and into stadiums to a point where there were groans and little boos. Groans, boos, that sort of thing. I was in the analysis room, he came in and started to download on me asking why this was happening and why it was so personal. "Why was this happening"?

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City's director of football Txiki Begiristain added: "We are delighted to have secured Phil for the next five and a half years". Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has also stated he wants the player to stay on.

"He accepted he'd be criticised as a player but felt it was so vicious he didn't know what to do about it".

"So, I wouldn't necessarily say that Raheem Sterling's situation will serve as a springboard for us to cure the ills of our society, because those ills are so historical and deep-seeded".

"Really, as a coach, reflecting on it yesterday, I didn't really know how to deal with it".

I go back to the leaving Liverpool thing.

Maurizio Sarri has moved Kante out of his deep-lying midfield role this season and called on the World Cup victor to score more. You have to play every three days.

With 12 minutes to go, the Blues scored again, this time courtesy of David Luiz, who glanced home from a corner.

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"Raheem was having a hard time and it was portrayed as other reasons, more personal reasons at times, and the language used towards him was hard".

"The language used towards him was different".

Furthermore, quoting the author of the unflattering piece Sterling highlighted, Anthony Joseph stated; "The colour of someone else's skin doesn't even enter my mind when I talk to them/write about [teenage football millionaires]".

"We need continuity in motivation, we need continuity in determination, otherwise we will lose points in other matches". I've not seen it before.

"I am obviously not surprised that things like this still happen, " Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said on Monday, when asked about the abuse of Sterling, "but I like the fact that we put the finger on it and say, 'You can not say what you want, it is not possible'".

"He was willing to stand up and play but he's been carrying this for years". And he's gone on to play at a fantastic level.

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"We had a lot of humility and tried to take our chances to score". You have no time to work or improve the team, so it's really a very hard situation.

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