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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Patrice Evra
Bayern Munich needed a bit of a wake-up call against a surprisingly resilient Manchester United team. Once it came, there was no stopping the defending champions from reaching a third straight Champions League semifinal.
Luis Suarez apologized Sunday for refusing to shake hands with Patrice Evra while Liverpool criticized its player for the first time in this protracted racism dispute that has tarnished the reputation of one of England's storied clubs.
A British parliamentary committee will investigate racism in sports following a number of high-profile cases in soccer.
The English Football Association has charged Liverpool striker Luis Suarez with racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra.
The French Football Federation suspended Nicolas Anelka for 18 matches for his role in the France team's World Cup fiasco, and handed a five-match ban to former captain Patrice Evra on Tuesday.
Nicolas Anelka's profane tirade at the World Cup may have been his last act with the French national team.
"It is a difficult moment, a new challenge. We have not been in this situation before," United defender Patrice Evra said. "We were always playing to win the league, win the Champions League, but you have to show your character, your personality."
"Unfortunately, we came up against an England team that refused to play," said left back Patrice Evra, who compared England to the Chelsea team that won the Champions League by frustrating Bayern Munich.