I’m no fan of Kevin-Prince Boateng. During the 2010 World Cup, for some reason his Ghanaian team regularly snubbed the international media. This was both a shame and frustrating as they had an interesting story to tell. But I applaud his walking off the pitch 25 minutes into a game when a bunch of morons directed racist chants at him and some of his teammates. This was a “friendly”. Irony. Milan were playing Pro Patria. “Pro Patria” translates as “For The Fatherland”. And no one saw this coming?
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