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Tuesday, July 13, 2021 – An outspoken Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) MP has said he will not watch the English Premier League until he’s convinced there’s a commitment to end racism in the United Kingdom.

Three England players of African roots were targets of racist slurs after they missed penalties in the Three Lions loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday.

Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Saka, and Jadon Sancho were racially abused on social media following the result that left many England supporters crestfallen.

In a Twitter post on Tuesday, Homabay MP, Peter Kaluma, said he wants more commitment from the UK government before he starts watching European games, especially the Premier League.

“I will cease watching EPL until I’m convinced of the commitment of the UK to end racism,” Kaluma wrote on his Twitter page.

Kaluma’s sentiments come as the UK government vowed to arrest all those who racially abused the three players because of their skin colour.


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  1. Fool!
    It was the mistake of the team to allow such players football playing style of kuchenga chenga to take the penalty: Such kuchega chenga players should never be allowed to take any penalty cos they never score any penalty as these three did.
    The England team paid the price.
    When I saw them coming one after the other, I knew they’ve lost the penalties and for sure it come one by one.
    Penalty only need fullbacks and pullet shooters to destroy goalkeeper by all cost with no mercies and not softies as these three who happen to mix race and black.

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