Former Old Trafford resident Park Ji-Sung urged Manchester United supporters not to resound a song he considers racist.
The times are changing. As Pierre Ménès learned at his expense, some practices that were still accepted a few years ago are no longer accepted today. On the side of Manchester United, Park Ji-Sung had the right to a song in his honor during his visit between 2005 and 2012. The South Korean often heard resounding words, however quite surprising. He does not want to hear them any more.
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That’s what he openly asked United fans during a podcast, returning to the vocals ” You eat dog in your country That the supporters sang to celebrate it. ” I know the club supporters don’t do this to hurt me when they sing it, I was even proud to have a singing in my glory. Corn they must understand that it is no longer possible to use such words because today it is a racist insult to Koreans. “
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Park Ji-Sung, however, reconsiders this ancient practice: “ It is true that historically, we ate dog. This is no longer the case today. We hate it, especially young people.”
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