Soccer Player Fined, Suspended For Racial Slur

October 1998
Jet;10/26/98, Vol. 94 Issue 22, p51
Reports that Edwin Gorter, New England Revolution midfielder was fined and suspended because he used a racial slur against teammate David Nakhid. Value of the fine; Number of soccer games the midfielder will be suspended from; Comments from Major League Soccer commissioner Doug Logan; What Gorter has been ordered to do in addition to the fine and suspension; What the fined collected from the soccer player will be used for.


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