Ireland defender Cyrus Christie has again highlighted the level of racist abuse he receives online.
Christie was the target of such abuse after Ireland's World Cup play-off defeat to Denmark, referring to the scale of abuse as "almost normal".
"Nothing really gets done. A lot of these people are hiding behind different profiles," he said in March.
"I have experienced it a lot and it is kind of normal for me. And you kind of think it’s going away from that but then it comes back."
He has echoed many of those comments today, as more abuse come to his attention.
Thank you for Showing and passing on the messages to me . Sad to see people are still resorting to racist slander https://t.co/sQDrfeNv6G— Cyrus Christie (@cyruschristie) April 23, 2018
Nothing changes ....Nothing gets done ... pic.twitter.com/QLlAJ804RD— Cyrus Christie (@cyruschristie) April 24, 2018
"Sad to see people are still resorting to racist slander," he wrote, before adding: "Nothing changes ....Nothing gets done".
Later, he criticised Twitter for allowing another anonymous account to post more racist abuse with images depicting a lynching.
3 days to find his identity.....⌛️⏳ pic.twitter.com/H4cMIGcKyW— Cyrus Christie (@cyruschristie) April 24, 2018