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A Northern Ireland footballer has been forced into issuing a humbling apology after his wife branded a referee 'a Romanian gipsy c**t' in a rant over a terrible decision in the country's World Cup qualifier with Switzerland.Lisa Evans, wife of Blackburn Rovers centre-back Corry, tweeted the vile abuse after referee Ovidiu Hategan controversially gave Switzerland a penalty against her husband in Belfast last night.There are many singles with Herpes that are looking for dates with others like them.
A tweet from Lisa's account, which she has since deleted, said: 'Romanian gypsy c***!!! #GAWA'Corry, who started his professional career in the Manchester United youth setup, said in a statement: 'On behalf of my wife, I would like to apologise unreservedly for the content and language contained in the Tweet that she issued last night.'The comments were published in the heat of the moment and are not representative of her views.'His wife deleted the message and temporarily closed her account, but later returned to Twitter with an apology of her own.
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Really feel for Corry Evans, will be feeling so guilty but not his fault the ref was shocking! I know it hit me on the back of the shoulder and I'm just absolutely gutted to be honest.'He's booked me which means I'm out of the second leg as well which is devastating.'The lads said to keep my chin up.
Big, big task on Sunday but we need to have faith #Dare To Dream #Dream Bigger #GAWA pic.twitter.com/s4xy4UZg Gf— Hollee Mc Ilwaine (@holleem) November 10, 2017After the match Evans himself had branded the referee's decision 'disgraceful'. These things happen in football but the referee didn't help us at all tonight.'We have to pick ourselves up now and hopefully the lads can get a result out in Switzerland.