English spelersvakbond for research from the government to combat racism in football
December 23, 2019 08:54 pm
23-12-19 08:54 pm
Recent updated: 26 minutes ago
Updated: 26 minutes ago
The 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 Rudiger was done 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) to the BBC.