Sunderland Midfielder James mcClean gets Death Threats on Twitter
Police are taking seriously the Threats which appeared to have started over the non wearing of the British peace poppy.
Last week we saw a man arrested for posting an image of a burning poppy online so it might be seen by some as offensive not to wear one.
That still would not condone death threads but Martin O Neill said that he would cope.
“James will deal with it (the booing). I think it is to do with the issue last week, it’s a free choice in this world,” he said. “James has lived with a lot of things – he’s getting death threats too now so that doesn’t help.”