Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli is not playing in their first match in the Premier League one match. Alli has been banned for one match for mocking an Asian man online the Covid-19.
Tottenham Hotspur will return to the field match next Saturday amid the Coronavirus Pandemic. Manchester United will face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League match that day.
— Dele (@dele_official) June 11, 2020
Dele Alli posted a video on Snapchat in February. He was waiting for a flight to Heathrow Airport in Dubai after wearing a face mask. Aili who was standing next to him at the time, made a video explaining that he could be infected with the Asian Covid-19 virus. After showing that Asian man on camera, a bottle of hand sanitizer is shown. Then Alli said, ‘The virus has to be fast to catch me.’
Dele Alli spoke to the English Football Association (FA) in that video hearing on Monday. The 24-year-old chose the man in the video as “Only target Asian person ” because there is an idea that Asians are more prone to corona, according to said the FA.
Although Alli countered, he did not make the video by taunting the Asian. That video was Just fun. There the ethnic characteristics of that man are ‘irrelevant.’
In a statement, the FA said Alli would be banned from one match as well as fined and re-admitted to the training course. A fine of 50 thousand pounds has been imposed. Dale Alli is banned for one match and fined 50,000 pounds in immediate response And he will have to take an educational course because he broke the FA E3 rule. ‘
Dele Alli defended himself, saying he had been “betrayed” by a friend. The friend sold his personal Snapchat video to 200 different groups. Alli removed the video from 160 groups and apologized. He told the FA he made the video because he was coughing, not because of the man’s ethnicity.
The three-member FA commission thinks Alli subconsciously did the job by linking Asians and Coronavirus. Asian means the risk of coronavirus! However, the FA has not made any allegations of racism against him for telling the truth.
Contextually, Dele Alli was born in Milton Keynes, England, and spent most of his childhood there. He joined the local club Milton Keynes at the youth level at just 11 years old and played for the club’s senior stage in the 2012–13 season, five years later. Over the next two years, he played 88 matches for the club and scored 24 goals.
He signed a contract with Tottenham Hotspur in February 2015 for 5 million euros. He then played on loan to Milton Keynes for that season. In his first full season at White Hart Lane, He won the PFA Young Player of the Year award. He was able to win the award again the next year.