“Some spectators racist? No all of Spain” Vinicius releases “monkey” and “die” chant material

Vinicius Junior (23, Real Madrid), a victim of racism, has come forward with his own evidence.

Vinicius was racially abused during Real Madrid’s match against Valencia in the 35th round of the 2022-2023 Spanish La Liga at the Estadio de Mestalla in Valencia, Spain, on April 22.

The racial slurs directed at Vinicius by Valencia fans during the match, which Real Madrid lost 0-1, have become a hot topic. The Valencia fans blatantly shouted “monkey” and mimicked monkeys before the game and didn’t stop their racist taunts during the game.

Eventually, the racist taunts from the Valencia crowd caused Vinicius to explode. During the match, Vinicius got into an argument with the Valencia crowd and clashed with Valencia players, leading to his ejection. Vinicius even complained to the referee that he was being racist by pointing to a specific spectator.

Vinicius took to his social media after the match to say, “It’s not the first time, it’s not the second time, it’s not the third time. Racism is a normal behavior in La Liga. The competitors think it’s normal and the federation thinks it’s normal,” he said, revealing the frustration he had been holding in.

“The league that once belonged to Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi now belongs to racists,” he continued.

However, La Liga president Javier Tebas’ response to Vinicius’ racism was even more controversial. Instead of apologizing, Tebas actually criticized Vinicius.

“We tried to explain to you what racism is and what La Liga can do about it, but you didn’t attend the two dates you asked for yourself,” Tebas wrote, sharing Vinicius’ post.

“Before you criticize and insult La Liga, you should educate yourself. Don’t manipulate yourself and fully understand each other’s abilities and what we have done together,” he added, before blaming the victimized player.

Valencia spokesperson Javier Solis went further and pointed out Ancelotti’s comments. “Valencia cannot tolerate anyone saying that our fans are racist. We strongly reject his comments,” he said, clearly uncomfortable with Ancelotti’s remarks. “We strongly reject the comments made by Ancelotti,” the club said.

Vinicius also said, “The evidence of racism is in the video. Now I ask you. How many of these racists have their names and photos exposed on websites? I answer more easily. None,” he said, emphasizing that “no one has a sad story to tell or apologize to a fake public 스포츠토토.”

“Is there anything lacking to explain that these are criminals? And do clubs punish them sportingly? Why don’t sponsors charge for La Liga? Doesn’t TV prevent them from broadcasting this barbarism every weekend?” wondered Vinicius.

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