French Valencian defender Mouctar Diakhaby said he was a victim of racist insults in the game against Cadiz on Sunday.
dIt’s hard to know what this is, and both protagonists insist on their positions. Players of the Spanish club Valencia briefly left the stadium during the game in Cádiz on Sunday. The Valencia club claimed that their French defender Muqatar Diahabi was the target of racist insults by their opponents. “We have all support for Diakhaby. We are not against racism. Players who have been racially discriminated against require their teammates to return to the court to fight. Valence CF (Valence CF) wrote on Twitter.
“The team got together and decided to come back to defend our skin color, but Valencia CF strongly condemns all forms of racism. “Not against racism,” the Valencia Club had previously responded on Twitter.
Around 31 years oldE One minute of the game, when the score was 1-1, Diahabi stopped the game, attacked a Spanish player from Juan Cádiz, and received a yellow card. The two started yelling at each other, and then Diahabi indicated to the referee that he was about to leave the court and all his teammates followed him.
The interruption of this game is calculated as 29E La Liga lasted a quarter of an hour a day, and then the game resumed from the 37th gameE One minute later, without Diahabi, he stayed in the locker room and was replaced by Hugo Guillamon, but Cara was still on the side of Cadiz. Then, Diakhaby stood in the stands to watch the rest of the game.After halftime, Cadiz coach Alvaro Cervera decided to take Cara away and replaced him with Marcos Mauro, who then scored a 2-1 goal for Cadiz in 89 games.E.
“Dikaby told us that there was a racist insult, so we went back to (the locker room). Someone told us that we must play again, or we will lose all three points or more. It was Diakhaby who asked us to participate in the game, otherwise we He would not do it. (…) He told us that he didn’t want to play anymore. Dia Kabi was destroyed. In the final whistle, Valencia’s back left Gaya reacted on Movistar’s microphone. I will not repeat the insult.
Cadiz coach Alvaro Cervera said in a post-match press conference: “Carla said he never insulted players. I must trust my players. (…) He didn’t tell me anything about him. He didn’t tell him, he told me he didn’t insult him. He is my player and I believe him.” “I know Diakabi well… he will not give up the game for no reason,” the midfielder, former French international Eliaquim Mangala (Twitter) from Valencia, responded that he is currently injured. .
“Equality and against racism. This is the most important match. Dia Kabi’s embrace. The Chairman of the Autonomous Community of Valencia, Ximo Puig, said on Twitter, this is your house, you soil of.
The incident is reminiscent of Moussa Marega in February 2020: The Porto player said he was a victim of racist insults suffered by the Guimaraes player and therefore decided to leave the stadium, but his teammates did not follow him . In November 2020, after a complaint was filed in La Liga, Spain’s investigation into two supporters of the Barcelona Spaniard for racist insults and crying of the monkey in November 2020 has begun, which targeted Biel in January 2020. Athletic Bilbao’s Bilbao Iñaki Williams (Bilbao Iñaki Williams) made a utter call.
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