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Real Madrid’s Vinicius Jr. Accuses La Liga of Racism

Real Madrid has filed a complaint with the State Attorney General's Office for a hate crime against their player, Vinicius Junior

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SPAIN: Vinicius Jr. of Real Madrid claims that the Spanish league “belongs to racists” and has experienced racist insults. The most recent incident occurred during Real Madrid’s 1-0 loss to Valencia when a fan behind one of the goals insulted him.

Vinicius stated that La Liga has a history of racism, and the rivalry, federation, and adversaries support it because they believe it is normal. He apologizes to any Spanish speakers who may disagree and declares that he will do everything in his power to defeat the bigots. Despite the distance, it is still far away.

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Vinicius said that Mestalla supporters screamed “monkey” at him, prompting Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti to consider replacing him. Vinicius argued that something was wrong with the league, and Ancelotti declined to discuss the game, claiming it had no bearing on anything.

Ancelotti stated that the game should have been called off due to a player being made fun of for his race in a stadium. He was informed that the proper procedure was to address the issue with the crowd and then take other action if it persisted.

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Real Madrid has filed a complaint with the State Attorney General’s Office for a hate crime against their player, Vinicius Junior. The club strongly condemns the events and has filed a complaint with the State Attorney General’s Office.

Vinicius Jr. was asked to be more knowledgeable about racism in response to Javier Tebas’ remarks. He advised him to educate himself before criticizing and disparaging La Liga and to keep his head up, be aware of each other’s skills, and remember the work they’ve been doing together.

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The league has filed nine complaints over racial remarks made against Vinicius, with several cases put on hold. FIFA President Gianni Infantino has expressed support for the Real Madrid forward, saying racism has no place in football or society. FIFA competitions use a three-step method to address racism, as seen in the Valencia vs. Real Madrid game.

President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva came out in favour of Vinicius, a Brazilian footballer, and denounced racism in the Spanish league. He said that it was important for FIFA, the Spanish league, and leagues in other nations to take effective action against fascism and racism in football stadiums.

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