Aberdeen striker Jay Emmanuel-Thomas highlights racist abuse received on Instagram | Football News

Aberdeen striker Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has highlighted racist abuse he received on Instagram on Friday night.

The 31-year-old, who joined Aberdeen from Livingston last May, tweeted a number of screenshots, which included racially derogatory emojis.

He said: “Sooo easy to predict…”

Sky Sports News has contacted Instagram and Police Scotland.

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