“This termination is the result of an internal review following the discovery of a discriminatory hand gesture made by the individual that surfaced in a photograph published across social media platforms on July 20, 2023,” the team statement said. “There is no place for racism, homophobia, misogyny, or discrimination of any kind in our sport and world and D.C.
The team said in a statement that he was let go following a gesture he made in a photo. United to place the players on paid administrative leave follows the firing on Thursday of their athletic trainer, identified by multiple media outlets as Reade Whitney.
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Robertha, 25 then reportedly physically assaulted Fountas after hearing the slur. The team’s brief statement issued Friday night did not cite specifics behind the suspensions.
The Athletic reported that during a recent training session, Fountas — who is Greek — was accused of making a racist statement toward Robertha, who is Black.
MLS officials investigated the complaint and found it “credible” but because they couldn’t independently verify the allegation or obtain direct proof, they did not take any action. Inter Miami’s defender Damion Lowe, who is Black car service, accused Fountas of using a racial slur during their Sept.
18 matchup. Fountas, 27, was accused of using a racial slur last season.
I have many friends from many cultures. I firmly reject racism in any form, it is despicable. I always respect the culture, religion and skin color of each person, I am therefore very upset by this accusation and saddened to be falsely accused.” We had a hot discussion on the field, but I have not racially abused anyone.