Ireland basketball chief apologises for offensive tweet on Raheem Sterling after England’s semi-final win-Sports News , Novi Reporter

Eire basketball chief apologises for offensive tweet on Raheem Sterling after England’s semi-final win-Sports activities Information , Novi Reporter

O’Byrne wrote “BLACK DIVES MATTER!!!” in response to a BBC Fb submit in regards to the controversial penalty received by Sterling in England’s 2-1 victory over Denmark within the European Championship semi-finals.

Euro 2020: Ireland basketball chief apologises for offensive tweet on Raheem Sterling after England's semi-final win

England’s Raheem Sterling celebrates his aspect’s 2-1 win over Denmark on the finish of the Euro 2020 semi-final on the Wembley Stadium. AP

Dublin: The chief government of Eire’s basketball federation has apologised for an offensive social media submit about England soccer participant Raheem Sterling.

Bernard O’Byrne wrote “BLACK DIVES MATTER!!!” in response to a BBC Fb submit in regards to the controversial penalty received by Sterling in England’s 2-1 victory over Denmark within the European Championship semi-finals.

The penalty was awarded by the referee in further time. A video overview of the incident confirmed the choice.

“My selection of phrases commenting on a penalty incident weren’t thought out,” O’Byrne stated in an announcement issued by Basketball Eire late Thursday. “It was an error of judgement and I wholeheartly apologise for the feedback.”

The governing physique stated O’Byrne had made the remark from his private account and that the submit has since been deleted.

“Basketball Eire wish to stress its ongoing dedication to inclusion and basketball’s numerous group, which has been led by Mr. O’Byrne lately,” the federation stated in Thursday’s assertion.

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