The previous goalkeeper responded to the rugby on Twitter after the scandal over racist tweets.
Pablo Matera, captain of Los Pumas, along with Guido Petti Y Santiago Socino, are immersed in an enormous controversy resulting from discriminatory tweets that they printed of their accounts from 2011 to 2013. Among the many targets of racism within the messages have been the Bolivian and Paraguayan communities, for which they obtained an offended response from José Luis Chilavert .
After having made a lukewarm tribute to Diego Maradona within the match towards the All Blacks, the gamers of the Argentina Rugby Workforce have been the goal of criticism and have been within the sights of various customers, who aired outdated tuis with repudiable content material.
Confronted with this example, the Argentina Rugby Union (UAR) notified that He’ll take away the captaincy from Matera and the three gamers can be suspended till new discover.
But it surely doesn’t finish there. Chilavert referred to the difficulty and defended the Paraguayan neighborhood, with the standard confrontational tone.
“Mr. Pablo Matera, Bolivians and Paraguayans are trustworthy, hard-working individuals, however not racists. You do a whole lot of harm to rugby and your lovely nation, you haven’t gained something,“wrote the previous Velez goalkeeper.
In a brand new tweet, Chilavert deepened that line. “Mr. Pablo Matera: You broken Arg rugby and rugby didn’t publish it. Respect Bolivians and Paraguayans, FERNANDO BAEZ SOSA lives. I used to be solely the most effective on the planet 3 times, proud to be Paraguayan,” he stated, referring to The crime of a younger man in Villa Gesell, for which a bunch of rugby gamers from Zárate is accused.
The twins of San Lorenzo Oscar and Angel Romero additionally left a message on this regard, though as an alternative of concentrating on the rugby gamers they highlighted their satisfaction of their origin.
“We repudiate any act of xenophobia. We respect and defend the life and work of any human being right here and wherever on the planet. We’re proud to be Paraguayans! #NoALaXenophobia #NoALaDiscriminacion”.