Tammy Abraham has been seeing the heights of hates ever since he missed the decisive penalty against Super Cup opponent, Liverpool.
Tammy Abraham has disclosed he won’t be discouraged by the hates he gets from the supporters who has taken to media to blast his miss since their Super Cup match.
Despite that the manager told reporters, he has no anger for Tammy Abraham and had also told the English striker to be more focused on his games than the tweets from fans,
Some ‘so called’ Chelsea fans still go about using racial words against Tammy Abraham who was interviewed after their 1-1 draw to Leicester City.
Chelsea almost recorded their first three points under Frank Lampard but Wilfred Ndidi was industrious enough to level his mistake that was taken advantage of by Mason Mount who opened the Sunday score line at Stamford Bridge.
According to Tammy Abraham while speaking to Skysports, the 21-year-old striker seems more focused on proving he isn’t a waste as he looks to repeat similar thing that caused Frank Lampard to call him back in the Blues squad.
Tammy Abraham had netted 25 goals in 37 games for Aston Villa while on loan to the Championship side where Frank Lampard first got his management opportunity.
“Things happen in football. Unfortunately for me I was on the receiving end,” Abraham told Sky Sports reporters.
“I have had experiences of taking penalties under pressure [and] tucking them away. Unfortunately for me I missed.
“I was getting some abuse but for me I am a positive guy. I don’t listen to the rubbish, to the people who try to bring you down. I just try to keep the focus on me and keep going.”
Tammy Abraham went on to disclose that the abuses he received so far has made him even more determined to ‘silence his haters’.
“You just want to silence the haters,” he added. “You just want to do your bit on the pitch [and] let the football do the talking.”
He continued as he shared his believe in the Frank Lampard vision for Chelsea as the former Midfielder has featured Tammy Abraham in every of his games since the start of the season.
“Things are looking positive. It is nice to know that the manager, with so much experience, believes in you, especially the young boys coming up,” he added.
“Things are looking good, especially for the Academy boys as well looking up to us who were players once in their shoes.”
Football racism would be seen taking a different war shape as KickItOut has been reported to have held their first talk with Social media agent, Twitter to iron out strategies that would ensure the war against racism is won.
Meanwhile, according to sources, Chelsea supporters has been calling on Frank Lampard to give Michy Batshuayi a chance, since Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham have failed to impress in the start of the season.