5 most racist footballers
There's just a single discipline bigoted footballers merit: a lifetime boycott! Discover which footballers have recently been restricted for being bigoted.
What occurred: Suarez racially manhandled Manchester Joined protector Patrice Evra in a match at Anfield on 15 October 2011. The Football Affiliation charged him for that and in an announcement, stated: "It is asserted that Suarez utilized oppressive or potentially offending words and additionally conduct towards Evra in spite of FA rules.
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What occurred: He was charged by the FA for offending Joseph Yobo, Tim Howard and Joleon Lescott while he was playing for Newcastle Joined in 2006. After a year, he was blamed for racially manhandling El-Hadji Diouf and Alhassan Bangura. Neither of the allegations could be demonstrated. In 2012, Didier Zokora blamed Emre for utilizing a bigoted slur towards him. The Turkish FA took the issue genuinely this time around and he was given a more than long term suspended jail sentence.
What occurred: In 2012, Terry racially manhandled Anton Ferdinand and was fined £220,000 and restricted for four matches. Television cameras figured out how to catch Terry considering Ferdinand a "f**king dark c**t".
What occurred: Baros was seen squeezing his nose and afterward waving his hand at MBia. MBia revealed that issue and Baros was prohibited for three games for 'unsportsmanlike direct'.
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What occurred: Cardona did a hostile signal towards South Korea's chief Sung-Yueng Ki. Cardona was gotten by fans and on camera making a "squinting-eyes" signal towards the Korean chief. FIFA chose to boycott him for five worldwide games. Fortunately, FIFA permitted Cardona to serve his boycott during amicable games.
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