Valencia CFTOInsults in soccer fields are not an isolated event
Theepisodes like the one suffered by Marcelino in Vallecas, but the lack of rapid and forceful response cinvest in the clubs(to theThunderboltin this case, but it is a widespread practice) inpassive concealers. It is not about identifying them when the complaint comes, but aboutgive example by expelling themwhere they do not deserve to be.
Linsults against Marcelino in Vallecas aaden anew and unpleasant chapter to the manual of violence and intolerance in soccer. The cameras of#Let's gothey caughttwo amateurswhat did you expectin the first row next to the visiting benchformachine gun the trainerof Valencia with aBurst of offenses that hurt only from fringes:he and his wife were wished to have died in the grave accidentof traffic he suffered on December 23, 2017 when he was traveling with his mother and his wife to Asturias.
Wereinfamies at point-blank,two meters away and with an open face, although with the alevosa ofwho knows himself safe from the reaction of the offended. But theinsults were not only the work of two isolated typesThey do not represent anyone. There are videos recorded by amateurs from the stands behind the benches in which it is perfectly appreciateda crowd shouting in chorus: "Marcelino, son of p ...". From this morning onFederation have already received two separate reportsfrom what has occured. One of theLaLiga match directorrequestingAnti-violence that proposes a sanction, Yanother of the federative delegatethat also tells what happened.None of the two would have been necessarytaking into account the opportunism of the camera ofLet's goand theStupidity of the aggressorswho cheered when they saw each othersucking foreground.
Regrettablythere are insults in all fieldsand in almost every game. And theinsults are also violence. And violence must be eradicated. LikeLaLiga is concerned to show the stands of the stadiums fulland with a worthy lawn to sell a good image to those who buy TV rights,should seek the cleanest environmentin the stadiums. Ythat work starts in the clubs-in all- whatthey look the other wayas if what happened was "an isolated event", "it was only two or three", "they do not represent a whole fan". Precisely for that,if they are few and do not represent anyone, they will have to be identified and thrown out of stadiums. And for the cases in which one listens perfectly to a tier or to half stage chanting an insult, an exemplary economic fine and something else.