The English Football Association set a precedent because of Luis Diaz’s message under the shirt

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The Football Association of England will not fine Colombian footballer Luis Diaz after the Liverpool member celebrated a goal in the Premier League match by showing a message under his shirt.

The incident took place in the match between Luton and Liverpool, which ended in a 1-1 draw, with Diaz scoring for the Reds in extra time.

Then the Colombian showed the message “Freedom for the father” and it has to do with the family drama that is currently going on.

We remind you that members of the guerrilla group of the National Liberation Army (ELN) have recently kidnapped the football player’s parents.

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Although the Colombian military managed to rescue Diaz’s mother very soon after the kidnapping, they are still searching for his father.


The federation said it would not punish Diaz, despite the rule that footballers are not allowed to send and display personal messages on football pitches.

It has been said that these are special circumstances and that they do not intend to open disciplinary procedures.

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