English spelersvakbond for research from the government to combat racism in football

English spelersvakbond the government has been called upon to conduct research into racism in football. Following the events of the Premier League match Tottenh

English spelersvakbond for research from the government to combat racism in football

English spelersvakbond the government has been called upon to conduct research into racism in football. Following the events of the Premier League match Tottenham Hotspur-Chelsea (0-2) on Sunday.

the Chelsea defender Antonio Rüdiger was in the second half of his complaint about the apengeluiden, at his residence. The game was temporarily stopped by the referee, Anthony Taylor, and the stadionspeaker called several times to get that stopped, and it had to be, with racist slogans, and the game is simply played out.

"We are disgusted and dismayed that, once again, the Premier League match has been overshadowed by the misconduct of the supporters towards the players," says The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) from the COURT.

"It's clear that the players are the victims of racism in Britain, is present. The SHELTER stands behind the players, in this case, and we will make it for them to fight, to solve this problem once and for all to fight."
" Any form of racism is unacceptable,'

this is the second time in a short period of time, that there is racism at the highest level in the uk. After the match between Manchester City and Manchester United at the beginning of december, it was a fan being arrested during the match for a racial gesture had been made.

The HOSPITAL is that all the governing bodies need to work together to combat racism out of football, and to eliminate the. "We are calling for a government investigation into racism in football, and are in favour of the creation of a special commission at the ministry of Sports in order to focus."

the england Striker has been let to know to start doing to the anti-noise. "Any form of racism is completely unacceptable and will not be tolerated at our football stadium. We are taking this very seriously, and will be for the perpetrators to be hard to tackle."

Updated Date: 23 December 2019, 09:15

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