Brentford star Ivan Toney shares horrific racist abuse received after Brighton goals


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He said in August 2021: “The club made a decision, it was a tough one for them to make, but I feel like if you strongly agree with something and you stand by it then do what you think is best. Personally on my behalf I’m obviously going to remain standing because my beliefs don’t change, whether it’s the Championship, Premier League or the Conference.

“I still believe in what I believe in and I will continue to do so. In terms of making a difference I’ll do what I think I need to do in the background.

“Whether the players are going to remain to do what they want to do as well, I stand by [that]. I’m sure the club and my family are backing me all the way.”

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