Canada The racist tweet of a journalist on Dembélé

21:50  29 october  2020
21:50  29 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

Students decry letter defending N-word use at the University of Ottawa

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Lionel Messi l'a accolé © Supplied by Sports.fr Lionel Messi attached to it The performance of "Dembouz" during Juve-Barça, Wednesday in the Champions League, was praised by the press Spanish… Already a scorer when he came into play against Ferencvaros (5-1), last week, Ousmane Dembélé , established for the shock of Champions League against Juventus, Wednesday night in Turin, has again found the net for the FC Barcelona . It was even the French international champion of the 2018 who opened the scoring in the quarter of an hour of play, with a long shot which was deflected by Federico Chiesa to fall back into the nets of Wojciech Szczesny. An “African rhythm” dribbler An

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No, Messi, Griezmann and Dembélé will not help Barça

 No, Messi, Griezmann and Dembélé will not help Barça © Supplied by Sports.fr Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann believe they have made enough efforts ... Unlike Gerard Pique , Lionel Messi , Antoine Griezmann and five other FC Barcelona executives refuse to extend their contract to smooth their salaries and thus give their leaders a little respite.

As, Catalonia-based Juan Jiménez Salvado, praised "Dembouz" but using a completely racist description. “Dembélé scored 10 goals and gave 21 assists during his season in Dortmund. On the right. If there is a position where he can play, it is there. A player with an African rhythm and very irregular, but capable of sparks. His own style, ”he wrote. Unsurprisingly, the “African ritmo” used to qualify the dribbler trained at Stade Rennais instantly shocked Spanish and French internet users. The explanation of the failures in the World Cup ... Thus, Florent Torchut, the correspondent of L’Equipe in the city of Gaudi, denounced the words of his colleague: "another unacceptable racist comment from a Spanish journalist!" And Juan Jiménez Salvado then sank into an even more pathetic explanation: "for the unfortunate people who find racism in this tweet, I should not explain it, but, for the uninitiated, by African rhythm, j 'hear irregularity, which, among other things, has prevented them from achieving great things in the World Cup. Really heartbreaking.

Dembélé hizo 10 goles y dio 21 asistencias en su temporada en el Dortmund. Desde la derecha. Si hay una posición donde puede jugar, es esa. Un jugador de ritmo africano y muy irregular. Pero capaz de chispazos especiales. Has known.

- Juan Jiménez Salvadó (@juanjimenista) October 28, 2020

Longtime D.C. radio host Chad Dukes fired from 106.7 The Fan for alleged racist, inappropriate comments .
Chad Dukes has been fired from 106.7 The Fan, parent company Entercom announced Thursday for "racist and other inappropriate comments."“We have zero tolerance for this type of speech from any of our employees, on our platforms or otherwise,” Ivy Savoy-Smith, the senior vice president and market manager of Entercom Washington, D.C., said in the statement. “Our air talent are ambassadors of our brand, and we do not want to be affiliated with these comments.

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