Sports Lukaku calls for "stronger" fight against racism
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London (SID) - striker star Romelu Lukaku from the English top club FC Chelsea has demanded "stronger" measures in the fight against racism from football and its representatives. In addition, the 28-year-old asked the effect of the knee level before playing.
"We could basically take stronger positions," Lukaku said at CNN and particularly pointed to the racism in the social media: "We go to the knees and we go to the knees and In the end, all clap, after the game you read then but the next insult. " Lukakus Team College Marcos Alonso had recently declared me to do without the Kniefall and instead to show the "No to Racism" sign on his jersey.
According to Lukaku, important players should seek exchange with the bosses of social media platforms to tackle the racism problem. "We should all put together and talk about the things that need to be addressed to protect the players," said the Belgian and supplemented: "We as a club, from the owner to the players, should now give a statement and a position Take that such things are not tolerated. "
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