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Edinson Cavani deserves more than three-game ban for ‘racist’ post, says Troy Deeney

Edinson Cavani deserves more than three-game ban for ‘racist’ post, says Troy Deeney

Premier League
Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani should get more than a three-game ban for his 'racist' Instagram post, according to Watford forward Troy Deeney. The Football Association has already launched an investigation into Cavani’s social media post after United’s 3-2 win over Southampton. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Uruguayan striker responded to a post from a friend on his Instagram account saying, ‘Gracias negrito’, which means, ‘Thanks, little black’. However, Cavani deleted the post after he was made aware that the word ‘negrito’ is interpreted differently in the UK as opposed to Uruguay, where it is used as a term of endearment between friends. Cavani is now facing a possible three-game ban if the FA decide to act on it. But when quizzed i...
Troy Deeney calls reporter ‘cheeky b*stard’ after retirement question

Troy Deeney calls reporter ‘cheeky b*stard’ after retirement question

Premier League
Watford captain Troy Deeney called a reporter a "cheeky b*stard" after he was asked if he would be retiring after his club's relegation. The 32-year-old scored a penalty for Watford but could not help his team beat relegation as they were defeated 3-2 by Arsenal. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Though, he conceded he may have played his last match for the club, before he was asked if he would hang up his boots by the Sky Sports reporter. "I'm not that old you cheeky b******," Troy Deeney said lightheartedly, before saying: "Sorry, sorry." As Watford fell short of survival at the Emirates, the club’s captain said: “If it is my time to go, it's my time to go.” Owner Gino Pozzo and chairman Scott Duxbury's first task is to be on the lookout their fou...
Deeney reveals Watford targeted United star Fred as a weakness

Deeney reveals Watford targeted United star Fred as a weakness

Premier League, Trending
Deeney explained how Watford targeted Fred as a weak link in the team Troy Deeney has revealed that Watford players targeted Manchester United's Fred in their recent Premier League game, though praised the player for always trying to be positive. The clubs faced off at the end of February, with United winning 3-0 to avenge their defeat at Vicarage Road, though the they had several excellent chances in the first half and thought they had scored only for VAR to rule out Deeney’s goal. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Watford captain says the team felt they could get chances on the break if they pressed Fred – who has enjoyed a good season – saying he took too long on the ball. Asked which players made a difference for the Red devils in the second ma...
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