Loftus Road star facing more problems because of the colour of his skin.
Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand has revealed he has been racially abused by a Chelsea fan on Twitter.
The 26-year-old is currently involved in a Football Association investigation into whether Blues captain John Terry made a racist comment to him.
The former England U21 international released a statement on Monday saying he had “strong feelings” on the matter and backed the FA’s inquiry.
Ferdinand used his Twitter to account to retweet messages of support he has received from fans from all clubs and races.
But he also showed a shocking racist jibe at him apparently from a Chelsea fan.
“RT@Brennan6666: @anton_ferdinand RT this you fucking BLACK ****, 1 England captain,” Ferdinand tweeted.
There have been calls for the QPR centre-half to report the crime to the police.
Terry has denied racially abusing Ferdinand, who he admitted had accused him of making a racist remark, but insisted his own response was actually a denial and not racist in any way.
The Three Lions skipper could lose the armband if found guilty of racially abusing a fellow footballer on the pitch.