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Eredivisie players pause for first minute of all games to protest against racismPCMAX

2019年12月24日 category : 未分類 

Weekend was stopped for its opening minute of their matches on Saturday in response by players in the airport at the Netherlands.
Excelsior winger Ahmad Mendes Moreira was subjected to abuse prompting players to refrain from playing to the first 60 seconds of the fixtures and applaud while the messageRacism? We will not play football! Was exhibited from the stadiums.
The activity has been agreed with the Eredevisie along with the Keuken Kampioen Divisie (second tier) in cooperation with 34 professional clubs, the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) – that is investigating last weekends incident – and other figures.
This campaign aims offensive chanting in the laws and stands about [amateur] soccer fields, read an explanation on the Eredivisie site.
It is meant to boost awareness among lovers that soccer is for everybody, irrespective of cultural heritage, religion or sexual preferences.
The message Racism? We wont play with football! Links together with the protocol thats been employed by the football association and nightclubs throughout matches since 2016.
In case of offensive and discriminatory chanting, the fans are requested to cease their behaviour. In case the chanting continues, the football will be brought to a stop.
The transfer follows a reply from Georginio Wijnaldum and Frenkie Jong, that pointed to the colour of their skin after the Liverpool midfielder opened the scoring in Hollands 5-0 win.

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