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England’s Bukayo Saka is consoled by his team-mate Harry Kane after his loss in the Euro 2020 Championship final to Italy and at Wembley Stadium.
A man who posted a video on Facebook in which he abused English football players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after the European Championship final was given a suspended prison sentence on Thursday (neo time). Zeeland).
Bradford Pretty, 50, appeared in court in Folkestone, southern England, and admitted to sending an extremely offensive or indecent, obscene or threatening message.
His drunken tirade contained two racist terms to describe the three players, who are all black. They missed penalties in a shootout England lost to Italy at Wembley Stadium on July 11.
Pretty was sentenced to 50 days in prison, suspended for 12 months and ordered to perform 200 hours of unpaid labor.
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Richard Graham, defending Pretty, said the content of the video uploaded by his client was “obnoxious” and called it a “drunken insanity.”
Pretty had drunk “15 or 16” cans of lager on the day of the final and was “clearly heavily intoxicated” in the video, Graham said.
Last week, a supporter of England’s West Bromwich Albion club was sentenced to eight weeks in prison for racially abusing one of his own team’s players on Facebook.