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Delay Leads African Attack On Sky Sports For ‘Racist’ Video Of Jordan Ayew’s Coach



Deloris Frimpong Manso, better known as Delay, a Ghanaian media figure, has chastised Sky Sports in the United Kingdom for a video of Crystal Palace coach Patrick Vieira fighting an Everton fan.

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Delay believes that Sky Sports’ choice to make the video available to all of their fans, regardless of their location, is racist.

Her perspective of view arises from the fact that Sky Sports normally only shows films to people from specific countries.

Most African fans are unable to view these recordings owing to their geographic location, however the incident of Vieira punching a fan who invaded the pitch and made certain gestures towards has been broadcast around the world.

“Why is this video suddenly available in my region. Oh I see, it’s a Blackman who’s “kicking” a white boy. Racist”, she posted.

The incident was in the aftermath of Crystal Palace’s 3-2 defeat to Everton in an outstanding Premier League game played on Thursday, May 19, 2022.

Palace went into the second half with a two-goal cushion courtesy Jean-Philipe Mateta and Ghana’s Jordan Ayew.

They however could not hold on to their lead as Everton bounced back with three second half goals from Michael Keane, Richarlison, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

They victory meant that Everton who had been embroiled in a relegation fight all season will retain their Premiership status.

Delay’s sentiment was shared by other Africans and black people who called out Sky Sports for being racist.


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