Cagliari will receive no punishment for racism against Inter striker Lukaku

The tuchtrechter of the Italian football federation has on Tuesday given that Cagliari is not a punishment for racist statements by the fans of the club to The striker Romelu Lukaku.

The 26-year-old Lukaku, who this summer is what happened to Manchester United, one, and two weeks later in the second half of the away game of The club against Cagliari on a free kick, and took the position as 1-2. After the winning hit, let the hometown audience apengeluiden to hear it.

The tuchtrechter concluded (pdf), and after additional investigation, that the statements of the Cagliari fans “in terms of size and the perception of” not applied in a discriminatory manner. “The police have let it be known that, in the moments before the kick, singing, shouting, and singing in the stands behind the goal, you know.”

The problem with Lukaku is the third time in the last 2.5 years, that’s Renowned fans, in connection with the issue of racism. Previously, the club received no punishment for singing in the direction of The players, Moise Kean, and Blaise Matuidi, and Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari.

You will get used to the sardinian capital Cagliari vs Inter. Pretty clear racist chants #Lukaku

AvatarAuteurKingShola4everMoment of plaatsen22:29 – september 1, 2019 at the latest

For the users of the app, click on the tweet to see the racist statements in the address of Lukaku to see it and hear it.

Lukaku made the case for tougher sanctions

Lukaku wrote on the day after the match against Cagliari on Instagram accurate is that he feels that the racism is harder to deal with it. “I just hope that all the football associations in the world, with a strong signal in each and every case of discrimination.”

Renowned early on the same day in a statement, in order to help in the fight against racism. “We reaffirm our intention to make anyone feel guilty of this behavior to identify it, and out of the stadium to the door. We are in solidarity with Lukaku and will have to work even harder than before to make them sore from the race.”

In the Curva Nord, as the “hard core” of The club, it took a couple of days later, in a letter to just write a couple of years ago. “You have to understand that Italy is different than in many Northern European countries, where racism is a real problem. The Italian fans are not racist. In Italy, we are trying different things to get our team to help you, and our opponents are getting nervous as well.”

Lukaku came on this past weekend and, once again, unwillingly, into the news because of a racist comment made by the Dutch voetbalanalist Luciano Passirani, the gains from Inter to Udinese (1-0) on a tv show saying that Lukaku is only to stop it is to say, here are ten of bananas”.

Passirani, it was immediately dismissed by the station TopCalcio24. There was an offered on Tuesday in a interview with Telelombardia him to take it back. “I’m not racist at all. I’d like to think I have Lukaku and would be able to meet up for a personal sorry ‘ to him to say that.”

Italian pundit Luciano Passirani after praising Romelu Lukaku: “the-only-way-to-push-him-down-to-the-floor-to-throw 10 bananas and ate him.”
The problem runs so deep in Italian football.

AvatarAuteurPremLeaguePanelMoment of plaatsen05:29 – september 16, 2019

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