Video Of Kyle Lafferty Using Sectarian Language Goes Viral

"The club finds all forms of discriminatory behaviour completely unacceptable. The matter will be investigated by the club."

Credit: Kyle Lafferty/Facebook

An apparent video of Kyle Lafferty using sectarian language has led to the striker being dropped from Northern Ireland's squad for their Nations League matches against Kosovo and Greece. Kyle reacts when a man posing for a picture with him says, "Up the Celts", according to the clip that has appeared on social media.

"Northern Ireland senior men’s team player Kyle Lafferty has been withdrawn from the squad ahead of the upcoming UEFA Nations League games against Kosovo and Greece," a statement from the Irish Football Association read. "The Irish Football Association is aware of a social media video which has been circulated widely. The association also notes an investigation has been launched into the video by the striker’s club, Kilmarnock FC."

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Initially, the video surfaced on Wednesday evening, and Kilmarnock announced on Thursday lunchtime that they are conducting an investigation.

"Kilmarnock Football Club are aware of a video circulating online which appears to show a member of our playing staff using language of a sectarian nature," their statement reads.

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"The club finds all forms of discriminatory behaviour completely unacceptable. The matter will be investigated by the club," the statement added.

Kyle has scored 20 goals for Northern Ireland during his 89 appearances. As a result, he ranks as the second leading scorer in his country.

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