Leeds United’s goalkeeper Casilla in eight matches suspended due to racism
February 28, 2020 with a 20:54 pm
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Goalkeeper Kiko Casilla from Leeds United and has been for at least eight matches, will be suspended. The right-back has, according to the company guilty of racism.
The former player of Real Madrid would be on the 28th of september, in the match with Charlton Athletic, have to perform at Jonathan Leko, a, an Englishman, is of Local origin.
Casilla denied his opponent a clear-to-have, in any way, but the company considers it proven that this is indeed the case. He would have Leko, have called for a nigger, is a racist term that has its origins in the American slave trade.