Former Irish international Marcus Smith fired for racist remarks


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The controversy erupted yesterday afternoon when an Internet user posted a screen recording of a podcast published by the Irish media “Irish Independent”. We hear Nickel talking about Francis Marcus Smith in “David Beckham Haircut” and “Ompa Lumpa Tan”.

The second opinion makes Internet users attractive. Many members of the English rugby community were outraged, especially Joe Kokanasiga, English International, Bundy Aki, Irish International, Yugo Moni, former English International and many other journalists and players.

Neil Francis fired

It didn’t take long for the consequences to fall. In a statement, Harlequins condemned the insults: “Harlequins hate these racist remarks made by the consultant.Irish Independent Neil Francis on the podcast Left, About Marcus Smith. The club believes that racism has no place in our society and in professional sports.

at night, MediaHuges Ireland, Owner of the newspaper Irish IndependentNeil apologizes, decides to hit Francis: “I sincerely apologize for the crime committed against the player and his family. I would like to apologize directly if Marcus Smith wants. I also want to apologize to anyone who was offended by what I said“He insisted on these too.”The words were misinterpreted“.

Former Irish international Marcus Smith fired for racist remarks

The former Irish international has been expelled from the Irish Independent for racially abusing England opener Marcus Smith, who was recorded during the podcast.

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