Reggae Boyz’s Damion Lowe Allegedly Called N-Word During MLS Game

(MLS) is investigating an incident in which a racist slur was allegedly used against Jamaican Damion Lowe
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WASHINGTON, DC – Major League Soccer (MLS) is investigating an incident in which a racist slur was allegedly used against Jamaican Damion Lowe during his Inter Miami’s game against DC United on Sunday night, even as the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) says it will give him any needed support.
It is alleged that DC United’s Greek forward Taxi Fountas used the N-word towards the Reggae Boyz player an hour into the MLS match, when the two had an altercation.

The two were given yellow cards when the situation escalated.

According to reports, Inter Miami players threatened to walk off the field and subsequently spoke with manager Phil Neville who then had a conversation with DC United’s manager Wayne Rooney who substituted Fountas.

“MLS has zero tolerance for abusive and offensive language and we take these allegations very seriously,” an MLS spokesperson said in a statement.

“An investigation into this matter will begin promptly. Further information will be provided upon completion of that investigation.” Read more:

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