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27 Nov 2023
Napoli said they “never meant to offend or mock” club striker Victor Osimhen, but stopped short of publicly apologizing to their star man. The club shared a TikTok video of the Nigerian missing a penalty in a game with a high-pitched voice dubbed over it. This didn’t sit well with the player, whose agent threatened legal action against the Serie A champions.

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