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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is serving an eight-match ban for racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra during a Premier League match in October.
Prince Ali told www.insideworldfootball.biz: "Obviously it's a huge concern for everyone across the world.
"England has a great track record in terms of fair play and a lot of damage has been done.
"The Premier League is seen all over the world and whatever happens there is picked up everywhere else."
Prince Ali, from Jordan, added that the way in which the Football Association and other football authorities had reacted to the issue had been admired across the world.
He added: "Because of the stature of the Premier League, when people see how things like this are tackled, they reflect on themselves.
"What's important is the solution, not simply focusing on the problem.
"It's a big responsibility. Everyone was watching to see how things would be handled."
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The striker publicly celebrated the 2-1 win by posting a picture and a note to fans on his website, while match-winner Kuyt enjoyed scoring against rivals in front of the Kop again
A 59-year-old man was arrested following an alleged racially aggravated public order offense at Saturday's FA Cup soccer match between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Merseyside Police said the man from North Wales had been taken to a police station, where he would be questioned by officers, Sky News reported.
Police made the arrest after studying TV footage following the...
Merseyside Police are investigating an alleged racist gesture made by a Liverpool fan which was captured on TV footage during the FA Cup fourth-round match with Manchester United at Anfield.
It was the first game between the rivals since the eight-match ban imposed on Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after England's Football Association found him guilty of racially abusing United...
Saturday's FA Cup fourth-round tie between the Reds and Manchester United was the first game between the rivals since the eight-match ban imposed on Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after the FA found him guilty of racially abusing United captain Patrice Evra.
Following Liverpool's 2-1 win, it emerged that police were investigating the alleged racist gesture.
The image was...
Off-field matters had dominated pre-match proceedings as both sides tried to ease tensions ahead of the first meeting of the two sides since Luis Suarez's eight-match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra.
However, there were very few flashpoints in a game which lacked a little of the ferocity usually seen in such encounters.
Dirk Kuyt's 88th-minute goal proved decisive...
Via: Phil Gannon, 58, was caught on camera apparently aiming abuse at Patrice Evra during the match against Manchester United. Police are still reviewing the footage and yesterday released the him on bail after questioning. The father also wrote on Facebook that his interests include ‘inter-continental rioting’ and ‘global regime change’. And d-bag politicians want to enact...
Liverpool knocked Manchester United out of the FA Cup on Saturday, downing its eternal rivals by a score of 2-1. Although a few players delivered top-notch performances, the LFC supporters at Anfield easily won "man of the match" honors. As with any game between LFC and United, Saturday's meeting was filled with subplots. But none was bigger than Patrice Evra's...
The 58-year-old suspect from the North Wales area was held on Saturday evening, hours after the game at Anfield.
Earlier, a television image capturing a Liverpool fan making an alleged racist gesture during the clash was distributed on social networking websites sparking a number of complaints to the force.
A Merseyside Police spokeswoman said: "A 58-year-old man from North...
The English are really taking these racial things quite serious.
On the far left side of the screen, is a Liverpool fan making blatant monkey gestures at Patrice Evra during Liverpool’s 2-1 win over Manchester United in Anfield. "Oh, that's racist." The 59-year-old man was arrested by Merseyside Police. In America, he would have been high-fived, not handcuffed...
FA Cup clash at Anfield -- A 59-year-old Liverpool fan allegedly impersonating a monkey in what officials are calling a racial taunt aimed at Manchester United's Patrice Evra was arrested today. Spot...
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