Monday, November 21, 2011

Again, Racism Case Happened in Premier League

Norwich - The case of racism Luis Suarez and John Terry had not yet ended, now comes another case of racism that afflicts Premier League players. The difference, Norwich City striker, James Vaughan became the victim of racist behavior of other people on Twitter and not on the gridiron.

As quoted from Eurosport, Tuesday (11/22/2011), Vaughan is currently injured, received a racist message in his Twitter account. It's just not mention when and what kind of messages he had received in the microblogging site.

This is directly addressed the club quickly. Norwich chief executive, David McNally immediately report this to local police. He thanked those who helped open up this story.

"Thanks for the information about the tweet racist. We have submitted this matter to the police and so far we can not give further details, "said McNally.

Vaughan himself when asked by a colleague who played at Leicester, Lee Peltier, who is irresponsible, the former Everton striker is only a short answer. "Do not know mate. Only a loser who thinks he a great person in the computer, "said Vaughan.


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