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US News racism against BVB talent: Schalke wants to determine the perpetrator - coach supports Moukoko

11:15  20 october  2020
11:15  20 october  2020 Source:   ksta.de

Schalke wants to outsource professional department

 Schalke wants to outsource professional department FC Schalke 04 are planning to restructure the club. Marketing director Alexander Jobst speaks about the plans of the indebted Royal Blues. © Provided by sport1.de Schalke wants to outsource professional department FC Schalke 04, which is burdened with 205.3 million euros in liabilities, is apparently seeking to outsource the professional department.

German football club Schalke has apologized after some of its fans allegedly racially abused "The German Football Association does not tolerate any form of racism and goes against any form of it Youssoufa Moukoko was racially abused by Schalke fans while playing for Dortmund's under-19s.

Schalke has apologized for its fans' racist abuse of Borussia Dortmund youth player Youssoufa Moukoko , who scored a hat-trick during a match Schalke apologise after Borussia Dortmund wonderkid Youssoufa Moukoko suffers racist abuse from supporters during U19 derby on Sunday.

Bundesliga club FC Schalke 04 wants to quickly identify the perpetrators after the serious insults against Borussia Dortmund's young striker Youssoufa Moukoko. “FC Schalke 04 has evaluated the audio and video material of the game made available to it and is now working intensively on identifying the people responsible,” the club announced on its website on Monday evening.

BVB-Toptalent Youssoufa Moukoko © Revierfoto / dpa BVB top talent Youssoufa Moukoko 15-year-old BVB talent Moukoko racially insulted

The 15-year-old Moukoko was massively insulted and racially insulted by viewers on Sunday afternoon during an junior game at FC Schalke 04. The striker, who is part of the BVB professional squad, scored all three Dortmund goals in his team's 3-2 win.

BVB's talent trainer, Otto Addo, supports Moukoko. “He has his own way and in the end he handled it really well,” said the former defender on Tuesday at “sport1.de”. “Unfortunately there are still too many idiots out there who think that way. I think that's sad and a shame, "said Addo about the incidents.

“The fact that something like this happens in adolescence tops it all off. The boy showed the right answer in terms of sport and doesn't let such circumstances stop him, ”added the 45-year-old. (mab / dpa)

“Backed out at the crucial moment”: Greens attack SPD over police study .
The SPD is in favor of a study on racism among the police, Interior Minister Seehofer is not - despite a compromise. The Greens want to put their finger in the wound. © Photo: Roland Weihrauch / dpa A study on racism has been discussed in the security authorities for months. No sooner was the compromise found than it was already in question again.

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