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Jens Lehmann sacked by Hertha Berlin for racist message – The World Game

Jens Lehmann has been sacked by Hertha Berlin after a racist message he sent to a television pundit was revealed on social media.

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The ex-Arsenal and Germany goalkeeper replaced Jurgen Klinsmann on the Bundesliga club’s supervisory board in May 2020.
But Lehmann has left his position with Hertha for comments made regarding fellow former Germany international Dennis Aogo, who works for Sky Sports.
Lehmann appeared to accidentally send a WhatsApp text to Aogo calling him a “quota black guy”.
Aogo posted a screenshot of the image via Instagram and captioned it: “Wow, are you serious? This message was probably not meant for me.”

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