Brighton Hove Albion - The Seagulls

    There is a seagull on their logo. But it used to be a dolphin until 1977. Brighton is a coastal city and has association with dolphin. It is Said to have been invented by supporters in a West Street pub on Christmas Eve 1975 as a response to the Crystal Palace chant of 'Eagles, Eagles!' the cry 'Seagulls, Seagulls!' rapidly caught on.

    Manchester United - Red Devil

    When Salford's dominant rugby league team (Salford is the main district within the City of Salford, Greater Manchester) traveled to France to play games, their unbeaten record impressed the native so the French call them Red Devil. Manchester United dressed in red as Salford. So they take the red devil as their nickname. In 1970s, a devil with a trident in hand was added to the club's logo.

    According to the Golden Foot Officials, Cristiano Ronaldo wins the 18th Golden Foot Award among the 10 contenders selected this year, Lionel Messi (Barcelona), Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Neymar Jr. (PSG), Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid), Sergio Aguero (Manchester City), Gerard Piqué (Barcelona), Mohamed Salah (FC Liverpool), Arturo Vidal (Inter Milan). In 2020, the champion of Juventus of Turin and the Portugal team receives the most votes from football fans around the world.

    The Golden Foot is the prestigious lifetime achievement award attributed every year to the greatest in the history of world football.It was created in 2003 by Antonio Caliendo and is the only award given by football fans from all over the world who vote on the official website of the event. Every year, 10 contenders will be selected by the eighteen football medias which cooperated with Golden Foot and the winner of this year will selected by online voters throughout the world.

    All the best footballers in the world Golden Foot winners are and will be on the Champions Promenade in Monte-Carlo.They are sportsmen and sportswomen, extraordinary players who have made entire generations of fans dream, achieving incredible exploits. It is here where their footprints and autographs are indelibly carved in bronze.

    Winners of all time (Age) :

    2003: Roberto Baggio (36)

    2004: Pavel Nedved (32)

    2005: Andriy Shevchenko (29)

    2006: Ronaldo (30)

    2007: Alessandro Del Piero (33)

    2008: Roberto Carlos (35)

    2009: Ronaldinho (29)

    2010: Francesco Totti (34)

    2011: Ryan Giggs (37)

    2012: Zlatan Ibrahimovic (31)

    2013: Didier Drogba (35)

    2014: Andrés Iniesta (30)

    2015: Samuel Eto'o (34)

    2016: Gianluigi Buffon (38)

    2017: Iker Casillas (36)

    2018: Edinson Cavani (32)

    2019: Luka Modrić (33)

    2020: Cristiano Ronaldo (35)

    After a 3-2 victory over Southmpton, Edinson Cavani of Manchester United, who is a Uruguayan international, shared an Instagram story from a fan, using a racially offensive term and although the post has already been deleted the Football Association (FA) is expected to investigate the online post.

    A red devil fan expressed his congratulations in Español to Edinson Cavani on Instagram after Man Utd win over Southmpton at 3-2, and then he replied ”gracias negrito!”. It caused a controversy for the reason that “ negrito “ in English is a racially offensive term.

    Cavani and Manchester United released a statement on their website after that, apologising for the post.

    “The message I posted after the match on Sunday was intended as an affectionate greeting to a friend, thanking him for his congratulations after the game. The last thing I wanted to do was cause offence to anyone. I am completely opposed to racism and deleted the message as soon as it was explained that it can be interpreted differently. I would like to sincerely apologise for this,” said Cavani.

    Manchester United also added, “It is clear to us that there was absolutely no malicious intent behind Edinson’s message and he deleted it as soon as he was informed that it could be misconstrued. Edinson has issued an apology for any unintentional offence caused. Manchester United and all of our players are fully committed to the fight against racism.”

    The FA issued guidelines ahead of this season clamping down on racist and discriminatory language and behaviour, with offences on social media carrying a minimum three-game ban.

    Once Edinson Cavani receive the ban he would miss matches against West Ham, Sheffield United and crucially the Manchester derby against Pep Guardiola's City.

    Speaking on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football, Gary Neville believes players should be subject to regular diversity inclusion training to avoid such incidents.

    “If we are truly going to root out discrimination in this country it has to become part of the curriculum at school, part of the curriculum within sport and every employer in the country has to enter into a diversity inclusion training programme and implement it and execute it. In football we have banners, players taking the knee, flags and badges but where is the education and training? This situation could have been prevented and we will continue to see incidents like this until the Premier League, FA, EFL, LMA and PFA all take responsibility.” He said.