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Fox suspends Marco van Basten one week for saying 'sieg heil' on air

Former Netherlands striker Marco van Basten has been suspended by Fox for a week.
Fox has suspended Marco van Basten for a week for a comment he made during a broadcast.

Retired Netherlands football star Marco van Basten has been benched for a week by Fox Sports for saying "sieg heil" on air.

Van Basten, working as an analyst, was off camera on Saturday when he used the German phrase for "hail victory" that became notorious for its use at Nazi rallies.

Van Basten, who made the comment after a German coach had been interviewed by a reporter, apologised later in the show saying he had "not intended to shock people" and that "it was meant to ridicule the German...


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