Solskjær is raging: Ban him for life!

Saturday's lokalopgør in Manchester between City and United was marred by a spectator, as in the second half of the supposedly fixed abelyde against United's

Solskjær is raging: Ban him for life!

Saturday's lokalopgør in Manchester between City and United was marred by a spectator, as in the second half of the supposedly fixed abelyde against United's brazilian midfielder Fred.

it Stands to the Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, the person concerned should be prohibited from ever again to be let in to a football game.

Manchester City were quick to condemn the incident, which circulated a video on social media. The City reports that the club cooperate with the police to identify the follower.

Some persons, who threw the objects down against the Peace, then he should take a corner kick, try the club also to put names on. the Watch the event at the top of the article.

In a statement, writes the Manchester City that "the club has a zero-tolerance policy regarding all forms of discrimination. Any who are found guilty of racist speech, will be excluded from the club for life".

Ole Gunnar Solskjær believes that it would be wrong to punish Manchester City for the spectator's racist behavior. Often it is the clubs who are awarded the harshest penalties in such cases.

"It is not the club's fault. It is his fault. He's been caught on camera, and he should never again be allowed to enter a football stadium. It is unacceptable," says Norwegian on the spectator's behavior.

Manchester City's manager, Pep Guardiola, supporting the club's position and said:

"It's a battle that must be fought every day. Unfortunately it happened in many places and hopefully it doesn't happen again," he says.

In October, a european championship qualifier between Bulgaria and England stopped twice as a result of the racist chants towards English players. And about a year ago, was Raheem Sterling from Manchester City subjected to something similar during a udebanekamp against Chelsea.

"We continue to talk about it every week, and it doesn't stop, unless it will have consequences," says Solskjær.

/ritzau/AFP

Updated Date: 08 December 2019, 07:00

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