Last piece of Romelu Lukaku's interview, the first exclusive, to the "Corriere dello Sport". It ends with the hot topic of racism in the stadiums, mixed with a brief opinion on Roberto Mancini's Italy and on the goals at Inter for the next few years.
HARD PUNCH – The scourge of racism is experiencing its greatest spread in recent months. The whole of Europe has denounced the phenomenon and it was Romelu Lukaku (who tested the scope of the question in Cagliari , editor's note ) who expressed himself on the subject: " Racism in the world of football is not something that can be denied. We must be direct, act hard, as happens in England. It is the only way to expel racists from the system. In everyday life, when I'm on the street or in shops, I never felt so good as now in Italy. The same my mom and my son: in Milan we are very well. I say this without wanting to take anything away from England where I spent wonderful years. There is a big difference between the field and everyday life here. For this we must be tough with racists, put cameras in stadiums on the stands to understand who behaves in a certain way and not let them enter anymore. It is the only way. A racist can affect hundreds of people. Solutions? Using cameras in stadiums is a good starting point. I repeat: we need to identify racists and expel them for life. In England they started like this and solved the problem ".
FUTURE AND OBJECTIVES – The Belgian is bound to Inter by a five-year contract, which imposes thoughts and plans for the near future: " Now is the time to work hard, then we will see to win something every season for five years. This year we have to think about one race at a time. I don't want to go overboard or make proclamations because Conte has recently arrived and the team is almost completely new. You have to put the pieces together, one at a time. There are no seasons at Inter where you build and that's it. You have to win at Inter. I'm just saying that this year it's better to think of one meeting at a time and in the end we'll see where we will be, but our ambition must be to win something. Every year. Roberto Mancini 's Italy ? He has a new generation of players including my teammates Stefano Sensi and Nicolò Barella . It can be one of the surprises of the event because Mancini is good and knows how to work. Belgium ? We are ready to do our job, then we will see what happens next summer ".
Source : Il Corriere dello Sport – Andrea Ramazzotti – Pietro Guadagno
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