Toni Kroos once again brought up his voice at a meeting on cyberbullying about issues he believes are critical to the football world.
The German midfielder was a guest at the conference where the keynote lecturer was German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier who personally asked Kroos to be a visitor.
Apart from condemning once again, as several times before, the rigid schedule of matches due to which the players are injured, he also noted the departure of Mesut Özil from the German national team.
“Kroos said, “After the 2018 World Cup, I said I didn’t like Mesut leaving the national team, nor the way he did it. They immediately called me a Nazi. Blonde hair, blue eyes, that alone was enough for people to get me on they call him a Nazi on the Internet, adding:
“I fought it, but it wasn’t easy. Today, anyone can hide behind a fake profile and insult other people. It’s not good and we have to work on it. People are responsible for what is said.”