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    Star Premier League Player Mesut Özil Criticizes China Over Uighur Repression

    German-Turkish midfielder lashed out on social media at Muslim countries for failing to support ethnic group


    Arsenal’s Mesut Özil is a devout Muslim of Turkish heritage. Photo: Steven Paston/Zuma Press


    By Joshua Robinson in Paris and
    David Gauthier-Villars in Istanbul
    Dec. 13, 2019 4:25 pm ET

    German soccer star Mesut Özil became one of the few prominent global voices to call out China over its treatment of ethnic-minority Muslims, while also accusing the Muslim world of ignoring the plight of the Uighur community.

    Mr. Özil, who is a devout Muslim of Turkish heritage, made the allegations in a social-media post on Friday, 48 hours before he was due to play his next match for Arsenal of the English Premier League.

    London-based Arsenal is one of the most popular soccer teams in China, with over 5 million followers on the social network Sina Weibo, a designated Chinese commercial office and plans for a chain of Arsenal-themed restaurants. China is also the single most lucrative foreign market for the Premier League, which is in the middle of a three-year, $700 million contract with China’s online-streaming service PPTV.

    Any Chinese blowback could cost the club and the league a fortune, as the NBA has already discovered. Mr. Özil’s statement came less than two months after a tweet by Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey in support of the Hong Kong protesters led China’s state broadcaster to ban Rockets games from its airwaves.

    “Qurans are being burned… Mosques are being closed... Muslim schools are being banned… Religious scholars are being killed one by one...” Mr. Özil wrote in a post to his 24.4 million followers on Twitter and 21.1 million followers on Instagram. “The followers of Mohammed are silent…They don’t raise their voices… Muslims are not showing solidarity…”

    There was no immediate public reaction from China. Around a million Uighurs are believed to be interned in camps by the Chinese state in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, according to human-rights groups.

    Arsenal, which played in China on preseason tour as recently as 2017, was quick to distance itself from its own player.

    “Following social media messages from Mesut Özil earlier today, Arsenal Football Club must make it clear that these are Mesut’s personal views,” the club said in a statement, also released on its Weibo page. “Arsenal is always apolitical as an organisation.”

    The Premier League declined to comment.

    Mr. Özil, a 31-year-old World Cup winner, is one of the highest paid players in English soccer with a salary widely reported to exceed $20 million a year—and one of its most mysterious. Most of the time, his social-media presence is forcefully bland.

    But over the past two years, he has strayed from that public persona on two notable occasions. The first was to explain why he appeared in a controversial photo op with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in London in May 2018, alongside another German player of Turkish heritage, Ilkay Gündoğan. And in the summer of 2018, he quit the German national team citing “racism and disrespect” from the federation.

    Mr. Özil’s critical tweet on Friday appeared to encompass Turkey, even though Ankara has been one of the few Muslim governments to welcome Uighur refugees and voiced concerns about the situation in the Chinese province of Xinjiang.

    The apparent inclusion of Turkey in his criticism was surprising because Mr. Özil has been an ardent supporter of Mr. Erdogan, who acted as the best man at his wedding in Istanbul in June.

    Mr. Erdogan has strained to strike a balance in recent months between calls from the ultranationalist partner in his ruling alliance, who regards the Uighurs as Turkic kinsmen and has put their cause high on his agenda, and threats from Beijing to punish Turkey with economic sanctions.

    Representatives of the estimated 35,000 Uighurs living in Turkey say they are facing growing difficulties to renew their residency permits, while some are facing deportation. However, the Turkish Foreign Ministry elicited furious reactions from Beijing in February, when it denounced China’s mass-detention program of Uighurs, calling it “a great shame for humanity.”

    Write to Joshua Robinson at joshua.robinson@wsj.com and David Gauthier-Villars at David.Gauthier-Villars@wsj.com

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    China state TV pulls Arsenal game after Ozil Uighur comments

    Arsenal's game on CCTV replaced with a prerecorded match between Tottenham and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngocdam66 View Post

    Arsenal's game on CCTV replaced with a prerecorded match between Tottenham and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
    Cầu thủ theo Hồi giáo đá cho cờ lấp Anh nhiều lắm.

    Salah và Mahrez cũng chửi Tàu cộng chắc dân Tàu khỏi coi đá banh bên Anh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Cầu thủ theo Hồi giáo đá cho cờ lấp Anh nhiều lắm.

    Salah và Mahrez cũng chửi Tàu cộng chắc dân Tàu khỏi coi đá banh bên Anh.
    Mấy anh này lúc già sẽ không được tụi tàu mua về đá cú chót nữa. Lúc đó chỉ có thể đi Mỹ. Chọn lựa chỉ có một.

    Còn dân tàu thì thôi khỏi nói, làm đồ giả y như thiệt thì coi đá banh chui trên mạng chắc chắn là dễ như ăn hủ tiếu.
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    Germany international Antonio Rüdiger suffers reported racist abuse in Premier League game

    For the second time in three weeks, a Premier League game has been stopped due to racist behavior. In Chelsea's game against Tottenham, Germany international Antonio Rüdiger was the target of the abuse.



    In a Premier League match between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur, three stadium announcements were made about reported racist behavior interfering with the game.

    It is believed to be the first time the anti-racism protocols have been invoked at a Premier League game.

    Just after Son Heung-min had been sent off for a foul on Germany international Antonio Rüdiger, referee Anthony Taylor stopped play because something was thrown at Chelsea's goalkeeper Kepa. Later it became clear that that stoppage had taken place because of alleged racism towards Rüdiger.

    The 26-year-old Berliner appeared to claim a supporter had been making a monkey gesture towards him. He informed his captain, Cesar Azpilicueta, who reported this to Taylor, who then told pitchside officials.

    Afterwards, Azpilicueta said: "Toni came to me and told me he was listening to racist songs towards him, so I reported it to the referee... We are very concerned and aware of the problems... It's a problem not just in football, but in life."

    After pitchside officials were informed, the first announcement was then made in the stadium: "This is an important message: Racist behavior among spectators is interfering with the game. Please remember that in football there is no place for racism."

    A total of three announcements were made in Tottenham's stadium, but afterwards the PGMOL (Professional Game Match Officials Board) confirmed that the announcements were repetitions related to the same incident rather than separate announcements for different incidents.

    Along with a stoppage in play, the stadium announcement is the first step in FIFA's three-step protocol for tackling racist abuse. The second step, if the discriminatory behavior continues, is to make another announcement and send the players to the dressing room for a specific amount of time. The third and final step is to abandon the game if the discriminatory behavior has not ceased.

    Tottenham issued a statement afterwards that read: "We are now conducting a thorough investigation, which will include liaising with Chelsea and their players for their observations. Any form of racism is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated in our stadium. We take any such allegations extremely seriously and shall take the strongest possible action against any individual found to be behaving in such a way, including stadium bans."

    Chelsea's head coach Frank Lampard gave his support to Rüdiger, while Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho said: "I saw the referee follow the protocol [regarding racism], and of course our club will deal with it because every club is together on this situation. We are disappointed but the protocols were followed."

    Racism in football stadiums has been an issue on the rise in 2019. England's players suffered racist abuse for their EURO 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria, while only last week Hertha Berlin's youth team walked off after racist abuse.

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    Club hay nhất thế giới!
    Tuy giải này không có gì dữ dội, nhưng đội banh Liverpool từ nay
    có được cái miếng mề đai vàng bằng vải kết lên áo giữa ngực.







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    Nghe nói FiFáp tính tổ chức lớn cái cúp này trong vòng vài năm nữa, có cả tá câu lạc bộ tham gia, do Tàu cộng chủ xị.

    FIFA Set to Reward China With World Cup for Clubs
    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/20/sports/fifa-china-world-cup-expanded.html

    FIFA plans to grant China the rights to host the inaugural version of its expanded Club World Cup, a 24-team tournament scheduled for 2021 that will feature some of the world’s biggest club teams and provide a significant cash infusion for world soccer’s governing body.
    Năm đó đội Arsenal mà được mời chắc Ozil phải ở nhà.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post


    Năm đó đội Arsenal mà được mời chắc Ozil phải ở nhà.
    Salah và Mahrez nữa.
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    Không biết cô gà Đức này sẽ vô được mấy vòng (hạng 28) nhưng mà thôi cũng có tấm lòng.



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