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Marco van Basten Suspended From Fox Sports For Nazi Comment

MoreIn a week in which Dutch football protested against racism in the sport, one of its country’s greatest ever players was involved in a racist incident live on television.
Players in the top two divisions of Dutch football refused to play during the first minute of every match at the weekend, but a Nazi comment made by Marco van Basten has lead to a suspension for the former Milan man.
Van Basten, who was working for Fox Sports at the time, has been suspended from his role as a pundit on Dutch television after making a comment associated with Nazis live on-air.
The former Ajax man made the comment while working on the match between his old club and Heracles. When his colleague Hans Kraay interviewed Heracles manager Frank Wormuth, who is German, van Basten referenced “Sieg Heil” in relation to the language Kraay used.
The term – associated with Nazi rallies – was “stupid and inappropriate” according to van Basten, and “not intended to shock people”.

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