Atalanta penalised for fans Dalbert racist abuse

Atalanta penalised for fans Dalbert racist abuse

Italian soccer federation (FIGC) sports decide Gerardo Mastrandrea obligatory the fine supported Dalbert´s proof, adding that the chants had not been “clearly heard” by officers at the sport.

The 26-year-old Brazilian asked the referee to halt play attributable to the abuse [*fr1] associate degree hour into the sport on Gregorian calendar month twenty two at the Stadio Ennio Tardini in Parma.

Play was suspended for 3 minutes whereas a warning was broadcast to jeers and whistles from an area of the gang, before play resumed. Fiorentina won the match, 1-0.

The next day, throughout The FIFA Best soccer Awards ceremony in Milano, FIFA president Gianni Infantino responded by urging Italian soccer to tackle racism.

“This isn’t acceptable any further, we’ve to mention ´no´ to racism in society. we’ve to kick racism out of soccer and society once and for all,” aforementioned Infantino.

The problem could be a continual one in Italian soccer.

This season put down Milan´s Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku and AC Milan´s Ivorian midfielder Franck Kessie are targeted by monkey calls with none sanctions being applied.

Blaise Matuidi, Kalidou Koulibaly and Moise actor were additionally victims of racist abuse last season.

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