Milan – European football organ UEFA said on Friday
The correct anti-racism protocol was not followed in Italy
League match between Inter Milan and Napoli Among the excesses repeated over the weekends
Defender of Senegal Kalidou Koulibaly.
French Neapolitan Koulibaly directed monkey noises
and San Siro singing racist sarcastically before
Judge Paolo Mazzoleni applauded.
The three ads began to take the loudspeakers
The fans stopped to joke, but they continued.
According to the UEFA protocol, it should be a match
He then suspended but confirmed the game.
In the UEFA joint partnership and player unions FIFP said
"This unacceptable risk affected and accordingly
It appears on the surface so it does not have a well-respected respect
three steps anti-racism protocol.
"Even though Koulibaly was a racist singer
Advertisements made by the speaker at the stadium, jokes were not stopped. In addition,
Napoli coaches seem to have already heard several referees
the most racist songs ".
"Both organizations believe that it is racist
Going to Koulibaly, leaving the pitch and receiving the second
The yellow cards are unacceptable and they do not play football.
"FIFPro and UEFA accept Italian football
without additional measures to combat racism
FIFPro and UEFA have zero tolerance policy. "
Both organizations welcomed Inter Milan
play close to two-door and play Serie A home games in another game
North Stand closed.
Napoleon coach Carlo Ancelotti said after his players
He will walk on the pitch the next time.
Italian Football Federation chief Gabriele Gravina
Judge Mazzoleni won 1-0 in the game
Napoleon succeeded in arriving at nine men.
"Mazzoleni immediately applied the rules," Gravina
say Sky Sports Italy after the match.
"Once the player has left the field, it would break
Rules, and have given the team a negative result.
"Let's not forget the rules that are needed
improve If it were not, it would be like Wild West. "