The “Rubiales case” crosses borders: Freiburg protests

The “Rubiales case” scenario has crossed national borders and has become a topic of international discussion, thereby monopolizing the attention of various media around the world. The recent controversy surrounding Luis Rubiales, president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), has sparked a global debate.

The repercussions of this case have not only resonated in Spain but have also reached Germany, where it has provoked a public reaction from prominent ex-soccer player and Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. In his statements Rummenigge defended Rubiales’ actions During the celebration of the world title, he claimed that the situation should not be exaggerated and the emotions at that moment justified the reaction. Rummenigge said: “I don’t think you have to overdo the action. When you declare yourself world champion, you get very emotional. And what Rubiales did, with all due respect, was absolutely right.”.

The debate even went beyond the pitch, specifically in a Bundesliga match between Freiburg and Werder Bremen. During the game, fans hung a banner at the back of the stadium that read: “Instead of a kiss, a smack for Rummenigge and Rubiales”as a sign of protest against the actions of the RFEF President and also against Rummenigge’s statements.

The Rubiales Case showed that injustice in the world of sport can unite fans around the world to fight against injustice. A perfect showcase to bring in and express all kinds of opinions and messages. Everyone is on Jenni Hermoso’s side, she is not alone in the fight.

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