Harry Kane was insulted
The Israeli Maccabi Haifa club apologized to Harry Kane and his team, Tottenham Hotspur, England, after a video clip emerged showing defender Mohammed Abu Fani uttering a “vulgar slander” against the English striker.
Tottenham is preparing to host the Israeli team in London, Thursday, in the European League qualifiers to determine the group stage’s qualifier.
In the dressing room, a video clip appeared of Abu Fannie, insulting Ken with vulgar insults, which Sky News Arabia reserves the right to mention.
On Wednesday, club CEO Assaf bin Dov attended the pre-match press conference to issue a statement apologizing to Kane and Tottenham for what was said in the video.
“I don’t usually attend press conferences, but this time I felt it was necessary to speak out,” Assaf said.
He continued, “One of our players made an inappropriate comment that does not respect Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur. Our club condemns this behavior.”
He added, “I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to Tottenham and Harry Kane, whom we respect very much. We wish them a successful season, thank you very much.”