FIFA boss Infantino, and Rapinoe are a call to the emergence of struggles against racism
September 24, 2019 10:02 pm
24-09-19 10:02 pm
Recent updated: 28 minutes ago
Updated: 28 minutes ago
FIFA’s president, Gianni Infantino, has Monday evening, during the gala of the wereldvoetbalbond in Milan, stressed that there is tougher anti-racism needs to be taken. Also, to Megan Rapinoe, who was in the Italian city it was named wereldvoetbalster of the year, called in her speech for a more equal footing.
“It will be a festive night, but still, I feel compelled to make it just about the issue of racism in football, too. Racism is simply unacceptable,” stated Infantino, just before he announced that the FC Barcelona attacker Lionel Messi has been voted fifa world player of the year.
“In the Italian league, there was just a question of racism, and we will continue to perform. That is why I say that here, in Milan, italy. We need to fight against racism, and it will always be out of the game-and the company’s counsel.”