The FA has fined Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli £25,000 and suspended him for one match in relation to making racist and anti-semitic comments on social media.
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#LFC’s first-team players and staff paid a special visit to Alder Hey Children's Hospital this afternoon
Liverpool's first-team players and staff took time out from their preparations for the busy festive period to bring some Christmas cheer to Alder Hey children's hospital.
Brendan Rodgers on #LFC's visit to the hospital this afternoon: "Our Christmas visits to Alder Hey are always very special and memorable. It's a privilege for the team to have the opportunity to meet with the children and their families to show their support."
The team arrived at Alder Hey yesterday with goodie bags filled with LFC merchandise to distribute to children and young people on the wards.
Javier Manquillo, Joe Allen, @31sterling, @phil.coutinho and @amplfc18 during #LFC's first-team visit to Alder Hey Children's Hospital today
@stevengerrard: "I have been visiting Alder Hey for many years now and it is such a special place. Our visit is always a day of mixed emotions but it's always nice to meet the children and their families and create as many smiles as we can."
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Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has been charged by the Football Association following allegedly racist and anti-semitic comments on social media.
Balotelli reposted an image of computer game character Super Mario on Instagram earlier this week, which included the words "jumps like a black man and grabs coins like a Jew".
The FA announced in a statement: "Mario Balotelli has been charged by the FA in relation to a recent posting on social media."
Balotelli has until 6pm on December 15 to respond to the charge.
A Liverpool club spokesperson commented: "We acknowledge the FA's decision and the player will work through the process to answer the charge.
"While that process is on-going the club will not be making any further comment."
Mario Balotelli has until 6 o'clock tonight to explain an internet post to the FA that caused outrage .
There were calls for an investigation over an instagram picture that was deemed racist and anti-semitic.
The post was quickly deleted and an apology offered, Balotelli claimed the post was meant to be 'anti-racist.'
Supporters of Liverpool FC gave their views on the latest incident by Mario Balotelli who has said sorry for posting an alleged racist tweet - he said it was just humour.
I apologize if I’ve offended anyone. The post was meant to be anti-racist with humour. I now understand that (...) http://t.co/UlNeNlEz9M