Man United has been the home for many players from all corners of the world. It has housed players of different cultural heritage over the years. The Man United ultras are among the most firecrest football supporters in the world. This was proven when they stormed into the pitch as they retaliated against the induction of Man United into the Super League. However, a former Man United player has come out to rebuke them against their latest actions.
Ji-Sung Park is a Man United legend who fanatics imply has been overly underrated. Park took to the UTD podcast to ask Man United fans to stop singing a song that implies that the Koreans are still eating dogs. Park said that this is being considered racially abusive among the Korean People. He added that the fans should be informed and realize that their actions are harmful to the Koreans. Especially the young generation who are battling the Korean system to enable the eradication of the uncouth practice.
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