It's been a bad week on social media for Liverpool players. Firstly there was the Mario Balotelli storm, after he shared a picture which made some rather insulting stereotypes.
After the incident the Liverpool striker apologised, stating:
"I apologise if I've offended anyone.
"The post was meant to be anti-racist with humour. I now understand that out of context it may have the opposite effect.
"Not all Mexicans have a moustache, not all black people jump high and not all Jewish people love money.
"I used a cartoon done by somebody else because it has Super Mario and I thought it was funny and not offensive. Again, I'm sorry."
Clearly he was not being malicious but it was still a silly post considering the added scrutiny around the Italian striker.
Today it was reported by some that Alberto Moreno was also set to be in trouble. It was after he allegeldy posted this on Facebook, mocking Chelsea:
The Telegraph posted a story suggesting an FA charge could await Moreno, a story that has since been pulled from their website.
And with good reason judging by this Tweet from Moreno earlier today:
This message is for all my followers. I don't have any accounts on facebook. Good dayYNWA— Alberto Moreno Perez (@lfc18alberto) December 4, 2014
He does not even have a Facebook account. Another win for the hoaxers.