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mikey_blue:
Not sure if thereís already been a topic on this, but just seen Lukaku getting abuse already in Italy.

Makes you wonder what can be done about it?

It boils my blood to hear things like this.

https://twitter.com/hltco/status/1168413471760879616?s=21

boothill:
Nothing can be done,  not while the worlds leaders and right wing polititians are so enthusiastic about spouting,  pushing and publicising it,  backed by an ever willing right wing media.  Discusting times we live in
--- Quote from: mikey_blue on September 02, 2019, 01:57:07 PM ---Not sure if there's already been a topic on this, but just seen Lukaku getting abuse already in Italy.

Makes you wonder what can be done about it?

It boils my blood to hear things like this.

https://twitter.com/hltco/status/1168413471760879616?s=21

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mikey_blue:
Itís grim. The look in the lads face breaks your heart man.

Gash:
Until the authorities start clamping down hard on clubs and fans this is never going to change. UEFA will hand out about a £30 fine and a slap on the wrists while fining players and managers ten of thousands for saying a ref was shite or wearing Paddy Power underwear. It's pathetic how soft they are on racism, although lets be honest, there's some countries and authorities that don't even see a problem with it.

Toffee1:

--- Quote from: Gash on September 02, 2019, 04:21:50 PM ---Until the authorities start clamping down hard on clubs and fans this is never going to change. UEFA will hand out about a £30 fine and a slap on the wrists while fining players and managers ten of thousands for saying a ref was shite or wearing Paddy Power underwear. It's pathetic how soft they are on racism, although lets be honest, there's some countries and authorities that don't even see a problem with it.

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Caliagri's third instance of this, including what happened to Moises Kean, but when Serie A decides not to sanction Cagliari for their fans' racism - despite admitting their actions were "reprehensible",  It is then as you posted that the governing bodies of Uefa and Fifa have to do something but we all know they won't.

Their piece meal responses in the past of paltry fines and playing games behind closed doors - all of which does absolutely nothing to address the situation in the long run, is what they believe is enough, until that changes, incidents like this one will continue and sadly increase.

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