England Football Association investigating video with Mudrik for using racist term 01:05

The British Football Association (FA) has launched an investigation against London Chelsea’s Ukrainian midfielder Mykhailo Mudryk for using a racist term in a video posted on the social network TikTok. It has been reported Athletics.

FA experts are currently reviewing the video with the player, which has already been removed from the social network. By the time it was removed, it managed to get more than 214,000 views.

The video was released by Mudrik in June 2022. In it, the football player quoted the lyrics to the song Freestyle by American rapper Lil Baby. The athlete himself had previously apologized, but fans and social activists were still criticizing the Ukrainian.

On January 15, 22-year-old Mudrik moved to Chelsea for €100 million, 30 of which came in the form of bonuses. The Londoners literally caught the Ukrainian from Arsenal. Prior to that, the football player played for Shakhtar at the Ukrainian Championship.

The player’s contract with the Blues is 8.5 years.

Earlier it was reported that Dynamo Kyiv defender Ilya Zabarny. affected To Bournemouth for €27 million.

Source: Gazeta


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