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SCANDAL AT EUROBASKET! German basketball player refuses to sign a boy's autograph because he is a Serb (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

Center Selection of Germany, Paul Zipser did not want to sign little Vuk Ivanovic's shirt when he heard that he is a Serb

The scandal of large proportions took place a few days ago at the Eurobasket in Germany.

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German national team basketball player, Paul Zipser refused to give his autograph to the boy just because he is a Serb and because he had a Serbian jersey.

The little boy, Vuk Ivanovic, was born in Germany and lives with her parents, who are originally from Serbia, in Wissen.

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Foto: Telegraf/Lenovo VIBE shot

Foto: Telegraf/Lenovo VIBE shot

After a game, Vuk wanted an autograph from the German player, because in addition to Serbia, he roots for Germany, where he lives.

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Zipser saw the Serbian jersey Vuk was wearing and asked him where he was from. Vuk got confused and said he was from Serbia, but that he cheers for Germany when Serbia isn't playing.

- Give the kid an autograph - chided someone from the crowd.

However, Zipser simply closed the marker and returned it to the boy, then turned and walked away ...

Have a look at the video shot with the new Lenovo Vibe Shot phone.


Some people really have no place in sports.

Interestingly, Vuk also practices basketball in his place and wants to become a basketball player.

Here is what he said about the controversial moment...

Have a look at the video shot with the new Lenovo Vibe Shot phone.

(Telegraf.co.uk)

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