FIFA president Gianni Infantino has advocated Italian football police to hand out arena Requires for fans guilty of racism after a second episode at a Serie A game between Atalanta and Fiorentina on Sunday. Play was temporarily suspended following Fiore’s Brazilian wing-back Dalbert allegedly told Ms Daniele Orsato he’d become the target of racist abuse from fans in the Stadio Ennio Tardini at Parma, where Atalanta are based while the earth is revived.
A statement has been read within the scene loudspeaker urging fans to stop along with the match, which ended 2-2, then lasted, but Infantino considers the problem has to be taken more seriously. “Racism is combatted with schooling, condemnation and conversation,” stated the FIFA leader, who had been a guest on a programme headed by Italian state broadcaster Rai.
In Italy the situation has not improved and that is severe. “You want to identify those responsible and toss them from the stadiums. You want, like in England, the certainty of this punishment. You can not be scared to condemn racists, we will need to fight them till they stop.”
On Tuesday, Cagliari escaped penalty for alleged racist behaviour by their own lovers following fighter noises were discovered being targeted at Inter Milan’s Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku.