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Stop Racism in Malaysian Football! Sabah FA Abdoulaye Faye racially abused in friendly match

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Stop Racism in Malaysian Football! Sabah FA Abdoulaye Faye racially abused in friendly match

Sabah FA’s foreign signing Abdoulaye Faye reportedly had racist chants hurled towards him during 2-1 defeat to Sarawak in a friendly match that was held over the weekend.

Speculation has it that the former Stoke City defender was racially abused in the second half of the game, which eventually frustrated him, leading to his substitution. He was then seen storming off the sidelines towards the dressing room, venting his frustration by throwing his armband on the ground before entering the tunnel.

Sabah FA are yet to release an official statement on the matter, though this isn’t exactly the first time a foreign player has had racial slurs thrown towards him in Malaysia.

Marlon Alex James, who plied his trade in Malaysia for a myriad of years with Kedah and then ATM, once revealed that he was racially abused in local games all the time.

Francis Forkey Doe was also racially abused during a Super League match between his old team Terengganu and LionsXII in 2012.


“They kept calling me ‘monkey’ and ‘black’ and I didn’t appreciate that. Why call me those names? Because I’m black? Because I’m African? “Football is a game, a friendly game. You can’t say things like that. It’s not right,” Doe told The New Paper after the match.



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