A German club cancels the membership of a fan who objected to a picture of a mosque being placed in the team's shirt

The German football club Cologne has canceled the membership of one of its fans after it objected to the placing of a picture of a mosque on the club's shirt, while in another incident Bayern Munich is investigating allegations of racism in the youth academy. Colon said, through his official account on the social networking site on the Internet, "Twitter" today, that they "happily agreed to cancel the" fan membership. "The fan wrote to the club, saying:" I cannot identify myself with the presence of mosques and Muslims. "

Besides Cologne Cathedral, the Rhine and other city landmarks, the Kowloon shirt also contains a drawing of a mosque woven into the fabric. At the same time, Bayern Munich confirmed to the German news agency (dpa) that the club is investigating alleged chat content in a group via WhatsApp.

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