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Man arrested over alleged hate crime on Man City's Sterling

A man has been arrested over allegations of a hate crime against a player for the English soccer club, Manchester City, at the club's training ground, police said on Tuesday.
Greater Manchester Police said a 29-year-old man was in custody on suspicion of racially aggravated assault and the incident, involving City forward Raheem Sterling, was being treated as a hate crime.
"Racism will not be tolerated in Greater Manchester and has no place in civilised society," Detective Chief Inspector Paul Walker said in a statement.
"We take every report incredibly seriously."
The club has yet to comment.


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