Romoney Crichlow Deactivate Social Media Account After Death Threats

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Romoney Crichlow of Bradford City has deactivated his social media accounts after he claimed to have received death threats.

Romoney Crichlow Deactivate Social Media Account After Death Threats

The defender played for the Bantams on Sunday 23rd April in a match-up against Gillingham at Valley Parade.

Crichlow, who is on loan from Huddersfield had his pocket picked by Timothee Dieng when he was about to score in the 12th minute.

Crichlow revealed on Snapchat that he had deactivated his other social media accounts after several vile messages were targeted at him.

The player wrote: “The way I’m getting death threats in my DMs right now, I had to deactivate my socials. This is going private now.”

“I always take accountability for my mistakes but no time to dwell, still got a job to do! Three games left to get the job done.”

Romoney Crichlow who is 23 years old, is on a season-long loan to Bradford City from Huddersfield.

He has helped Mark Hughes’ side immensely in their bid for promotion as he has featured 35 times for the team.

Fans supported the defender after he took to his social media to reveal the abuses he had faced in recent times.

A fan on Twitter wrote; “This is absolutely disgraceful whoever has sent this to Rom deserves a lifetime ban.”

Another one commented: “Find them, ban them, prosecute them.”

Romoney Crichlow Deactivate Social Media Account After Death Threats

While a third fan tweeted: “What in the hell 😳 some of our fans are beyond a disgrace.”

Then another one added: “Disgusting people. No true fan does anything remotely like this, shame on them.”

Bradford recovered after Deing’s opener in the match.

Hughes’s men equalized in the 48th minutes thanks to Andy Cook’s header and it looked as though the match was won when he converted an 84th-minute penalty.

Oliver Hawkins equalized for Gillingham when it was just 7 minutes to the end of the match.

Bradford fell to 7th place in the league table after the draw, four points off the promotion zone and above the non-playoff positions on goal difference.

On Saturday next week, they will face second-placed Northampton before the visit Crewe in a mid-week encounter.

Bradford’s final-day match will be against Leyton Orient, with Richie Wellens’ side having already been crowned champions.

Romoney Crichlow

Romoney Crichlow-Noble (also known as Romoney Crichlow) is an English footballer who was born on 3 June 1999 and plays as a defender for Bradford City on loan from Huddersfield Town.

Crichlow was born in Luton, and he started out at Enfield Borough whilst studying at the Dynamic Football Academy.

He later moved to Huddersfield Town in 2017 and then joined Bradford (Park Avenue) on loan in 2017, Hartlepool United, and Welling United in 2019 and 2020.

Romoney Crichlow Deactivate Social Media Account After Death Threats

Crichlow lost his mother, Natalie Crichlow, on 6 August 2019 in an attack in Barbados. He later thanked Hartlepool United fans for their support following his mother’s demise.

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