Robson has now shared a social media post for the first time since the story broke.
“I’m grateful to everyone that has sent messages of support and encouragement – thank you,” she wrote. “The last few days have been very difficult and I’m taking a break from social media while the police make their investigations.”
Man United have released a statement confirming Greenwood’s suspension
The club released a statement on Sunday which read: “Mason Greenwood will not return to training or play matches until further notice.”
Greenwood, a United academy graduate, debuted in 2019 and has since made 129 appearances for the club, scoring 35 goals in the process.
United manager Ralf Rangnick began his pre-match press conference ahead of their upcoming FA Cup match earlier this week by saying he would not take any questions about Greenwood.
Despite the Greenwood distractions, Rangnick insisted United had a “normal” week of training ahead of Friday’s FA Cup fourth round match against Middlesbrough.
“Obviously, I suppose, it was a topic within the team but they’re all human beings and Mason was part of the group until before we had our break,” Rangnick said.
“But, as I said, it was a good week of training. We could train under normal circumstances and we are looking forward to the game.”
According to BBC News, Greenwood has been removed from FIFA 22 as a result of the allegations, and Nike has suspended their relationship with the player, who has also been removed from the official Manchester United app’s first-team squad section.
Governor Sanwo-Olu, speaking after signing the bills, said that Lagos and its people now have two more universities to add to the existing Lagos State University (LASU), which was founded in 1982 by the late Alhaji Lateef Jakande, the first Executive Governor of Lagos State.
“We are doing this very quickly because we need to take this law to the National Universities Commission (NUC), who will do their due diligence and we believe they will give us a timely approval when we all go and receive the certificates for the establishment of the two universities,” he explained.
“We anticipate a trouble-free transmission.” We are confident that the procedure will proceed smoothly. We are confident that we will do an excellent job of ensuring that we only do what is best for Lagos.I am ecstatic and proud of all of us for making history today, and I am confident that future generations will remember our bold and audacious decision.
“The two institutions that have now been passed down to universities have produced professionals, students, lecturers, and other notable men and women in our society. I believe that what we have done is the right thing for the existing staff, both academic and non-academic, and, more importantly, for the students today and future students who will be coming in to be able to reimagine their futures and ensure that we are producing tomorrow’s leaders.”