Indian Super League club Odisha SACK manager Stuart Baxter after the 67-year-old English boss launched a bizarre rant claiming his players “had to be raped or raped to receive a sentence” on live television
- Stuart Baxter was furious at the referee after losing the Indian Super League
- He made a comment that his players must “rape or be raped” in order to win a penalty
- Odisha released a statement saying they were “appalled” by an “unacceptable” remark
- The internal investigations carried out and have dismissed the English boss
An English manager in charge of Indian Super League club Odisha has been sacked after claiming his players would have to “rape or be raped to win a penalty”.
Stuart Baxter’s extraordinary outburst came when he did a post-game interview in which his team lost 1-0 to Jamshedpur.
The 67-year-old scolded bizarrely and said, “You need decisions to go your way, and you didn’t. I don’t know when we will get a penalty. I think one of my players has to rape someone or have them raped if they want to get a penalty. ‘
Stuart Baxter, who manages Odisha in the Indian Super League, has been sacked because of his comment