The top twenty clubs in the Italian Serie A on Friday issued a joint statement calling for tougher action against racism in Italian football stadiums.
In the statement, which is, by The on the web site, is set to write, among other things, fiercely and publicly against racism, too. “Enough is enough.”
The issue in Italy is becoming more and more interesting. So it was that Brescia midfielder Mario the premier league Champions earlier this month as being racist in any way. The 29-year-old Italian with Ghanaian roots, had stepped in during the uitduel with Hellas Verona in the field of anger over the conduct of any part of the thuisfans.
In september it took the fans a couple of years ago apengeluiden to The striker Romelu Lukaku as he is a free kick and took over. The sardinian capital Cagliari by the Italian bond is not a criminal offence after the incident.
For the clubs that are in each of these incidents rise to the now fiercely speak out against racism. “We need to openly acknowledge that we have serious problems with racism are”, the statement read. “We have had over the past few years, little has been done to address this issue.”
The Clubs aim is to the fans
The clubs are set up to be ashamed of the pictures that are everywhere are to be seen. “No one would ever be racist in any way helpful, both on and off the field. We are no longer able to remain silent, or to wait until this problem will self-solve.”
All of the clubs with the organization of the Serie A and the champions talked about a solution to this. The Serie A is behind the plan for a “strong” antiracismebeleid itself, and also the rules are tightening up.
The clubs will conclude their statement with an appeal to fans around the world. “We have to be fast, effective, and concerted action and we are calling on all of you, the fans, to support us in this very important topic. It Was signed, Atalanta, Bologna, Brescia, Cagliari, Fiorentina, Genoa, Hellas Verona, Internazionale, Juventus, Lazio, Lecce, AC Milan, Napoli, Parma, Roma, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, SPAL, Torino, Udinese.”
Racism in Italian football, a Social problem, and that is to stand out’