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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

West Ham fans restore "racism" with Salah 14 years after the incident










In an incident not new to English football stadiums, Egyptian star and Englishman Mohamed Salah were subjected to racist cheers from a West Ham United fan in a match held on Monday evening in the 25th week of the English Premier League.

The Sun newspaper published a video of a fan of Hammers, the West Ham title, which spawned racist words against Liverpool and English Premier League goals.

West Ham has issued a statement following the release of the video through the club's spokesman. "In West Ham we follow a policy of punishment for any form of violent or abusive behavior," he said.

"We are a football club, regardless of race, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender change or disability, we welcome everyone in our court," the spokesman said.

"Anyone who makes a mistake will be handed over to the police and face a life ban from the London court. There is no place for this kind of behavior at home."

But this is not the first of the West Ham fans where Ahmed Hossam "Mido" was the same position during his time with his former club Tottenham Hotspur.

Jul intercepts and Mido responds

After the actions of the West Ham fans, Martin Jol, manager of Tottenham, expressed his displeasure at the actions of the fans after the cheers of Mido.

Yul went out in the English media to describe West Ham's actions as "despicable."

In contrast, Ahmed Hossam described Mido's actions as "silly," saying: "I do not want to give more of these things because they mean nothing to me."

"The World," in remarks to the newspaper "Guardian" English,: "Westham coach Alan Pardew has apologized to me for what happened, and I appreciate his very behavior."

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