Banned from the training and no interviews with the players.
So the short and cash is the message from the Italian football clubs, AS Roma and AC Milan, in a press release on Thursday reporting that they are boycotting the Italian sportsavis Corriere delle Sport.
It happens in light of the fact that the newspaper Thursday brought a home with Inters Romelu Lukaku and Roma Chris Smalling, who between them had a great deal of text, which read: 'Black Friday' with referance to Friday's crash where the two clubs meet.
the Front side has created massive resentment among the fans, journalists, players and clubs, and now two of the country's biggest clubs then stepped forward and said definitively, from the face of what they perceive as an extremely racist home.
"We believe that the players, clubs, supporters and the media must be united in the fight against racism in football, and we all have a responsibility to be very precise in the words we choose and the messages we deliver," says AS Roma in the press release.
doing so will journalists from sportsavisen not be welcome at the clubs training facility, nor will it be possible for them to make interviews with the players, sounds.
the Boycott applies until 1. January. It is due to the both clubs are aware that the Corriere dello Sport did not intend to be racist with the front page, informs the.
Both Romelu Lukaku and Chris Smalling has on Thursday evening given their opinion on the social media.
Among other things, call Lukaku it " the stupidest headline he has seen in his entire career.' You can read much more about right here.
Italian football has fought against a lag number of racist incidents directed against the players this season.
Romelu Lukaku was, for example, met with abelyde, when he had to take a penalty kick in the away game against Cagliari earlier in the season.
Mario Balotelli has been affected by racism, and he responded by threatening to leave the pitch at stamford bridge against Verona.Updated Date: 05 December 2019, 19:00