Friday 1 June 2018

Fernandinho defends Raheem Sterling over controversial gun tattoo

Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho has defended his team mate Raheem Sterling after the England international was pictured with a tattoo of a M16 assault rifle on his leg.
The Manchester City forward posted a picture of himself training with his England team-mates at St George's Park, with a tattoo of the gun on his right calf clearly visible. Sterling was criticised for the tattoo before posting an explanation on social media, alluding to its deeper meaning. 

Fernandinho said "I don't know why the people treat him like that, hey write about him and you can see some pursue it against him. He's a lovely guy, nice guy, and every day he's up, he's happy, and I'm so glad to share the dressing room with him. I'm glad because we have him. He's a lovely guy and he never gives up, even with a lot of criticism about him and his football."

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