The problem of racism in football is increasingly felt in the world of football after Romelu Lukaku's last words on the episodes suffered in Prague during the last Champions League match (here the news) Inter takes a position with an open and joint letter with the other Serie A clubs published on the official website of the Nerazzurri club
After the many episodes and the many awareness campaigns on the subject of racism in the world of football, there is a strong stance taken by the Inter and other Serie A clubs with an open letter to real sportsmen published on the official website.
We must recognize that we have a serious problem with racism in Italian stadiums and that we have not fought it enough over the years. Also this season, the images of our football, in which some players have been victims of racist insults, have gone around the world, sparking debate everywhere.
It is a source of frustration and shame for all of us.
In football, as in life, no one should ever suffer racist insults. We can no longer remain passive and wait for all this to vanish.
In the last few weeks, thanks to the same clubs, a constructive confrontation was started with Lega Serie A, FIGC and international experts on how to tackle and eradicate this problem from the world of football.
We, the clubs that sign this letter, are united by the desire for serious changes and the Serie A League has declared its intention to lead this path through a solid and complete anti-racism policy in Serie A, with new laws and stricter regulations , along with a targeted awareness plan for all those involved in this sport regarding the scourge of racism.
We have no more time to waste.
We must act together with speed and determination, and we will do so from now on. Now more than ever, the contribution and support of all of you, fans of our clubs and Italian football, will be crucial in this vital effort.
Atalanta, Bologna, Brescia, Cagliari, Fiorentina, Genoa, Hellas Verona, FC Internazionale Milano, Juventus, Lazio, Lecce, AC Milan, Naples, Parma, AS Roma, Sampdoria, Sassuolo, SPAL, Turin, Udinese.
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