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Sospesa l'amichevole Pro Patria-Milan per razzismo
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Sospesa dopo 27 minuti. L'amichevole tra Pro Patria e Milan è stata interrotta in seguito ai cori razzisti intonati da una parte della tifoseria della squadra di Seconda Divisione. Dopo gli insulti rivolti a Niang, Muntari e Boateng, la squadra rossonera ha richiamato l'attenzione dell'arbitro, e, dopo l'ennesimo episodio di razzismo Boateng si è sfilato la maglia e ha abbandonato il campo, seguito subito da tutti i compagni.

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Che schifo.
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#3
Sempre contrario a darla vinta agli imbecilli....
Si doveva continuare e andare a prelevare quei 4 idioti...
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Sangio Ha scritto:Sempre contrario a darla vinta agli imbecilli....
Si doveva continuare e andare a prelevare quei 4 idioti...
QUOTO in pieno, come al solito si è fatto quello che volevano gli idioti, essere così "importanti" da far sospendere una manifestazione. Si doveva continuare isolando e identificando quelle bestie, ma poi cosa vuoi mai identificare, oggi in Italia non ci sono più pene neanche per gli assassini, figuriamoci per delle "brave" persone che fanno "solo" cori razzisti.
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#5
Avrebbero dovuto continuare la Partita portando fuori dallo Stadio quei 4 Idioti, che hanno fatto i cori razzisti. Ma cosa vuoi mai che portino fuori... Questo è il problema.
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#6
sempre le solite cose che succedono qua........però boateng ha sbagliato
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#7
siamo in Italia putroppo...Wink
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Sospesa solo perchè si tratta di un amichevole ,non l'avrebbero mai fatto per una partita ufficiale.
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Sangio Ha scritto:Sempre contrario a darla vinta agli imbecilli....
Si doveva continuare e andare a prelevare quei 4 idioti...

Assolutamente daccordo, dai solo importanza a questa gentaglia, non cercano altro, le partite sarebbero prese in ostaggio da questi imbecilli che si sentirebbero un potere addosso, si farebbe il loro gioco, piuttosto una volta individuati si dovrebbero buttare in galera per qualche mese, servirebbe sicuramente da deterrente pere eventuali altri idioti.
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Breaking News: LE DICHIARAZIONI DI K.P.BOATENG ALLA CNN | AC Milan
Boateng makes racism walkout vow - CNN.com
Prince ha ribadito, fra l'altro, che "non importa quale partita sia, se amichevole, se internazionale, o con la propria Nazionale, ma se fatti come quelli di ieri dovessero ripetersi, io lascerò ancora il campo di gioco. E' stato importante per me il supporto ricevuto da persone come Rio Ferdinand e Patrick Vieira. Ieri l'arbitro mi diceva di non preoccuparmi, ma c'era da preoccuparsi. Non è stato bello. Ero arrabbiato ma anche triste, come è possibile che accadano certe cose nel 2013..."

Citazione:(CNN) -- AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng insists he will walk off in a competitive game if he is subjected to racist abuse.
Boateng led his side off the field of play after being racially abused during Milan's friendly against fourth division side Pro Patria in northern Italy, ahead of the resumption of the Italian domestic league season at the weekend.
"I don't care what game it is -- a friendly, Italian league or Champions League match -- I would walk off again," the German-born Boateng, who plays for the Ghana national team, told CNN in an exclusive interview on Friday.
The 25-year-old ripped off his shirt in disgust during the first half of Thursday's game before being joined by his teammates and opposition players in walking off.
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"I'm sad and angry that I'm the one that has to take action," added Boateng. "All the people who support me would support me in a big game. Players like Rio Ferdinand and Patrick Vieira have supported me and I just want to say thank you."
During the Pro Patria friendly, the AC Milan midfielder had told the referee three times he was being abused.
"If it happens again I'm not going to play anymore," said Boateng. "The referee said: 'Don't worry' but I said I do worry, it's not very nice.
"I was angry and I was sad, but it all came together and I said I don't want to play anymore. There were so many negative emotions that came up with me.
"I'm surprised we're still hearing these things in 2013. It's not the first time in my life that I've heard these things, but I'm 25 now and I've had enough this bulls***."
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Boateng was one of several black Milan players, along with M'Baye Niang, Urby Emanuelson and Sulley Muntari, who was targeted by abusive fans on Thursday.
"I think we should not say all the time that we didn't hear it, or go home and say I didn't hear nothing," said Boateng, explaining why he decided to walk off.
"We have to stop, look, and open our eyes. It was 100% racist and had nothing to do with football; it had nothing to do with our team playing against them like a rivalry and that is why I acted like that."

Italian prosecutors will press charges against at least one person over the abuse that was directed at the Milan players.
Police and stadium cameras have identified a 20-year-old man and prosecutors expect more people will face charges, prosecutor Mirko Monti told CNN.
And Boateng called on football's regulators to take a stronger stance in combating racism.
"There are so many people, FIFA or whatever, that can do something against this. They should wake up and do it.
"If there is a racism those people should be banned from the stadium forever. They should not even enter the stadium anymore. Never again. That's the first thing they can do.
"We have to open our eyes, open our ears, listen to everything, see everything, and react on that."
Earlier Milan club president Silvio Berlusconi and former Italian Prime Minister had warned that the Serie A team will leave the pitch if they are faced with further anti-social behavior.
Berlusconi has already called Boateng to congratulate him on his stance in the Pro Patria.
The Italian Football Association is also to investigate the incident.
"No sanction or measure can erase the disdain for an unspeakable and intolerable episode," said president of the Italian FA Giancarlo Abete in a statement.
"We must react with force and without silence to isolate the few criminals that transformed a friendly match into an uproar that offends all of Italian football."
This season matches across Europe have been punctuated by repeated outbursts of racism.
Ahead of the European Championship finals in Poland and Ukraine last summer, UEFA president Michel Platini had urged players to allow the referee to deal with the problem of racist abuse, and stressed that officials could stop games if necessary.
Boateng spent a sleepless night after his walkout, but promised to carry on his campaign to highlight the abuse he could experience in the future.
"I love the game so much that I would never quit football because of some stupid people."
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