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More Emre racism issues emerge

After his initial charge relating to the Everton match where our Turkish midfielder is supposed to have levelled racist abuse at Jo Yobo and Tim Howard he could find himself in potentially deeper water if rumours of a second charge coming are to be believed. Al Bangura is supposed to have sent written evidence to the FA relating to racist comments allegedly made by Emre during Premiership win in December. Diouf meanwhile has supposedly turned down the chance to testify after rumours emerged that he was supposedly a target for Emre too.

With the Turk set for a personal hearing it`s a real crunch for Glenn Roeder who went on record to say that any player found guilty of racism should be sacked. If found guilty, would he sack a player who could add millions to his summer transfer kitty if a move abroad occurs? I doubt it.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday March 1 2007

Time: 10:45AM

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Leave the Turk alone .
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innocent until proven guilty.
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