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Porto star hits out at Man Utd ace

Luis Suarez's Uruguay team-mate Alvaro Pereira has launched an stunning attack on Manchester United ace Patrice Evra.

Pereira has warned Evra he will have to wear body armour when France meet Uruguay in a friendly later this year.

Pereira said: "Evra is going to have to wear body armour. If I ’m called negro, I laugh. But now it’s a crime to say something on the pitch.

"If this happened in South America, they’d have to suspend everyone. I think Man United tried to take advantage of this situation and prevent one of Liverpool’s best players from playing. That’s sad."


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Adebayo, Nigeria
He is a complete fool, if racism is welcome in ur league/country continue their. 4uck u, Bunch of fools.

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