FA Says it Has Not Yet Found Evidence of Racist Chanting at San Marino Game: The Daily EPL

rio ferdinand FA Says it Has Not Yet Found Evidence of Racist Chanting at San Marino Game: The Daily EPL

The Football Association is investigating allegations of racist chanting against Rio and Anton Ferdinand from the San Marino game last week, but have found no evidence as of yet.

The FA says it has no reason to doubt media reports of racist chanting, and will continue its investigation.

A FA statement read, “We have made significant progress following the hooliganism that blighted the national team in 1998 and 2000. We must continue to maintain this hard work.”

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4 Responses to FA Says it Has Not Yet Found Evidence of Racist Chanting at San Marino Game: The Daily EPL

  1. Fog says:

    The FA also has not found where to apply toilet paper. They are a joke.

  2. Sammy says:

    Hope they find the evidence soon. Be great if they can actually identify the fans who were being racist and then punish them accordingly. Those people should not get away with it.

  3. Mufc77 says:

    Of course the FA are going to say it wasn’t racist but if Fifa decide that it was then it doesn’t matter what the FA say or do.

    How’s it going to look for old Roy and Stevie Me with his statements about fans being able to sing what they like. Hardly. Once again you might have a Liverpool player possibly supporting racism in football.

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