Raheem Sterling was racially abused and kicked at Manchester City’s training ground on Saturday morning, according to a report.
In the Daily Telegraph, James Ducker writes that Sterling had racial abuse screamed at him as he entered City’s academy training base, called a “n*****”.
When Sterling go out of his car to ask the man what was wrong, he was kicked in the leg by the assailant.
The Telegraph report that the scenes were caught on CCTV, and that the matter could be referred to Greater Manchester Police.
Sterling went on to score twice in City’s 4-1 win over Tottenham, which makes us feel bloody happy. Why are some people such absolute twunts?
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