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Saturday, September 24, 2016

Burnley Striker, Andre Gray Has Been Suspended For Four Matches For Social Media Comments


Burnley striker Andre Gray has been suspended for four
matches after being found guilty of misconduct in relation
to comments he posted on social media.
Gray, 25, had been charged by the Football Association for
bringing the game into disrepute over homophobic posts he
made on Twitter in 2012.
He apologised and asked "for forgiveness" for the posts,
saying he was now a "different person".
Both the club and the player have accepted the ban.
Gray's ban starts with Monday's Premier League game
against Watford at Turf Moor and he will miss further
fixtures against Arsenal, Everton and Southampton.
He has also been fined £25,000.
"We believe this charge, regarding historical social media
posts, should now also serve as a warning to all
professional footballers, and participants in the wider
sporting field," Burnley said in a statement.
The tweets, which also contained offensive terms, were
posted when Gray was playing for non-league Hinckley
United.
They came to light on 20 August, the day he scored his first
top-flight goal as he helped Burnley to a 2-0 win over
Liverpool at Turf Moor.
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