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Dynamo Colin Clark Calls Ball Boy "Faggot" on Live TV

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These are the kind of tweets you madly send out after being caught on camera calling a ball boy a "fucking faggot."

The Dynamo's Colin Clark has become the latest Houston athlete to get in trouble for using a homophobic slur, joining the Aeros' Justin Fontaine and the Texans' Rashad Butler. (Rockets and Astros, you're on the clock.)

Clark's name-calling came in a 2-0 loss in Seattle Friday night.

The clip, where at least the "faggot" part is clear:

The league is looking into the matter:

We are aware of the incident involving Houston Dynamo midfielder Colin Clark during the game in Seattle Friday night, and his public apology for it. MLS is conducting a thorough review of the facts and examining possible disciplinary action.


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