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Wayne Hennessey Accused Of Making A Nazi Salute

Wayne Hennessey Accused Of Making A Nazi Salute

Wayne Hen­nes­sey, the goal­keep­er from Crys­tal Palace had denied the fact that he made a Nazi salute on the night out with the team play­er after their vic­tory against Grimsby by 1–0 in the third round of FA Cup.

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Anoth­er Palace play­er had pos­ted a pic­ture of Wayne Hennessey’s Ins­tagram account. In this pic­ture, it appeared like rais­ing one arm and one hand over his mouth. Non­ethe­less, the inter­na­tion­al Wales play­er has denied the alleg­a­tion. He has giv­en a state­ment on Twit­ter say­ing that he had a meal with the oth­er play­ers of the team and they took a group pho­to­graph. This implies that he believes that he didn’t make any such ges­ture.

He goes on to say that he waved and shouted on the per­son who had been click­ing the pic­ture to get on with this and at the same time, he had put his hands over his mount for car­ry­ing the sound. It is later that it had been brought to his atten­tion that the pos­ture in the pic­ture appears like he is mak­ing an inap­pro­pri­ate kind of salute.

Wayne Hen­nes­sey gives his assur­ance and says that he is nev­er going to do any­thing like that. The resemb­lance to a ges­ture like that is purely coin­cid­ent­al and hasn’t been inten­tion­al. It is pos­sible that Wayne Hen­nes­sey might face an invest­ig­a­tion by the club. As a mat­ter of fact, the Foot­ball Asso­ci­ation might invest­ig­ate to look into the mat­ter and clear things out.

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