Spanish football lives a new episode for alleged racist chants. Vinicius was the victim again, which has led the Brazilian to explode on social networks in the face of continuous insults who is suffering in different fields. Faced with this situation, LaLiga and Valencia have acted immediately and are analyzing all the images since said event. What has led to the identification that there have been only two fans who insulted Vinicius and we are proceeding to put names and surnames to each one of them. The consequences will be great: They will be denounced before the courts and the group that plans an exemplary sanction.
All the controversy happens in the 73rd minute of Valencia-Real Madrid, Vinicius faced the stands when he heard racist insults. According to the minutes of the match, said fan called him “monkey, monkey.” Which led to the activation of the protocol against racism. The atmosphere heated up in Mestalla, which led to a brawl in which Hugo Duro grabbed the Brazilian and he ended up attacking the footballer Che, which led to the expulsion of Vinicius.
Once the game is over, both Valencia and LaLiga issued statements censoring racist behavior and confirmed that they were already working on the images of the match. Late this Sunday night, It was learned that there were two fans who insulted the Brazilian and one of them was identified. To the other, it is expected to know who it is soon. LaLiga, once you have the name and surname of both, will denounce them for hate crimes before the ordinary courts. Meanwhile, as AS has learned, The club also contemplates exemplary sanctions: the withdrawal of the subscription for life.
Although the minutes did reflect racist insults from a fan, it did not reflect the global shouting that Ancelotti denounced that took place. Nor in the direct report of the game does it come from Mestalla chanting “monkey, monkey”. According to the indications, everything indicates that that choral cry was indeed “silly, silly”, although both the club and LaLiga continue to analyze images to make sure.