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Manchester United Players Still Struggling to Recover from Racist Abuse at Euro 2020 Final

Jadon Sancho is the type of person who places great importance on trust and loyalty in relationships. “I'm the type of person who doesn't like making new friends. I place a lot of importance on trust—it's hard for me to trust people. But growing up in South London, that's what we're taught, it's like one big family. That's why I feel so connected to Dortmund,” said Sancho.

“It's a bit crazy, you know, I don't think anyone would have expected this—I'm in the Champions League final, especially in my home country. I'm very happy,” he added.

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Sancho's run to the Champions League final with Borussia Dortmund highlights his strength in the face of adversity. From the racist abuse he experienced after the Euro 2020 final to the internal conflict at Manchester United, Sancho continues to show determination.

Returning to Wembley this time carries a deeper meaning for Sancho. The stadium that once witnessed a bitter moment in his life has now become the stage for a new chapter. He not only brings hope for Dortmund's victory, but also hope for a future that is more inclusive and free from racism.

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