Racism: UEFA opens disciplinary proceedings against MontenegroMarch 26, 2019
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) announced Tuesday, March 26, the opening of disciplinary proceedings against Montenegro for "Racist behavior" his supporters upon receipt of England (1-5) Monday in qualifying for Euro 2020. UEFA disciplinary bodies will vote May 16 on this issue.
Montenegro is also charged with throwing objects, use of pyrotechnics in public order disturbances and blocking stairs by his supporters.
The Manchester City striker, Raheem Sterling after scoring the fifth goal English, had headed Montenegrin spectators waving his index finger. On Sky Sports, he said he wanted "To show them that it takes more than that to disturb us and stop us. We are in 2019 now, I keep repeating. It is regrettable to see that it continues and people can only raise awareness of this situation ".
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"We must be tougher, to punish the fans that they can not come to the games. Do something that will make them think twice. If their team does not have its supporters, it will be difficult "Added Raheem Sterling.
His coach, Gareth Southgate, assured hearing racist chants. "I clearly heard insulting Danny Rose when he was warned late in the game. There is no doubt in my mind, it happened. We will ensure that this will be reported to UEFA because it is not acceptable ", Reported Mr. Southgate.
If these racist acts are "Confirmed", Montenegrin Federation ensures that "Take all necessary measures to identify irresponsible individuals that could encourage such behavior, which will be a ground for prohibition" stadium for all matches organized by the Federation.
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