By Angu Lesley
In a quick response to growing reports about racists abuse on two of it’s key players Germany’s Serge Gnabry and his Cameroonian colleague Eric-Choupo Moting, Bayern Muchen have suspended a member of it’s ground staff after gathering preliminary information on the matter.
According to Diasporanews one Bayern’s storekeepers has been accused of making racist comments on the attacking duo during one of their work out sessions.
According the media officer of Bayern Munich, the storekeeper was having a stroll with his daughter when they met the footballers. The surprised girl pointed at the two footballers but his dad quickly voiced some strange words to her; Don’t ever bring this type to my home” he told the daughter.
Unfortunately for the storekeeper, other staff head and followed the incident and immediately reported to the Bayern Munich top management.
The club has decided to sack the gentleman due to the incident.
Bayern is noted for their tough stands towards racism events in the past thus making this unsurprising.
32-year old Choupo has scored nine goals and provided five assists in 19 games in all competitions this season.
Serge who is of Ivorian descent has made 32 appearances this season, scoring 12 goals and assisting five.
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