The FA will take no action over Alejandro Garnacho’s use of an emoji in reference to Andre Onana



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The FA will take no action over Alejandro Garnacho’s use of a gorilla emoji in reference to Manchester United team-mate Andre Onana.

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44 thoughts on “The FA will take no action over Alejandro Garnacho’s use of an emoji in reference to Andre Onana

  1. If Onana said in his response "People cannot choose what I should be offended by" in his Instagram then he did not get offended otherwise we all know Garnacho is no Match up against Onana….Period!

  2. I don’t think it was intended to be racist, not in the slightest, but I will say this , if this was a city player that done this there would be total meltdown from United fans and media

  3. He could have just explained his feelings in words, no need for those emojis. Disgusting behaviour from a role model for some people. Onana may see the innocent intention behind it but the FA should take action, absolutely shocking

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