The Professional Football League (LFP) is going to report to the Anti-Violence Committee a group of Atlético de Madrid ultras who this past Sunday intimidated, harassed and insulted a mother and a girl who was wearing a Vinicius shirt, a Real Madrid player. , on the outskirts of the Metropolitan stadium before the match between Atlético and Real Madrid.
The news was reported by Cadena Ser. According to the radio station, the mother and her daughter, both black, were preparing to enter the stadium when this group of ultras began to shout at them, “Vikings, no!” or “Madridistas, sons of bitches!” According to Ser, several ultras even “insulted them with monkey onomatopoeias.”
According to the Ser journalist who witnessed the events, the girl ended up in her mother’s arms, “crying inconsolably.”
Every week, after each league day, the LFP sends a report to the RFEF Competition Committee and the Anti-Violence Commission in which it compiles the attitudes, behaviors and even the chants that occur in football matches that are likely to incite to violence or have offensive content.
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