Expelled for doing the Nazi salute


eight fans became kicked out of the Australian Football Cup final, played this morning in Sydney, for entry to nazi salute and singing Croatian nationalist songs.

The Australian Federation has revealed the facts, recorded in the match faced with MacArthur FCFirst, with the Sydney United 58, a semi-professional team founded by Australians of Croatian descent in 1957 under the name Sydney Croatia. Macarthur won 2-0.

During the game some fans gave Nazi salutes while others sing cextreme right-wing Croatian nationalist nonsense, common during the fascist movements registered in the 30s. In addition, in the prolegomena of the party they booed the ceremony titled ‘Welcome to the country’, where the organization commemorated the connection of aboriginal Australians with the country.

We condemn the actions of a minority of individuals are strong”, underlined the Federation. The match was played in front of just over 16,000 spectators at the CommBank Stadium in Sydney. The said body is working with the police in order, based on the photos and videos available, to be able to adopt “strong and fast” measures against this type of behavior, while describing the cries against the opening ceremony as “unacceptable- accepted”.

They too professional players, Through their union, they proved the values ​​of “justice, respect and courage” shown by the players of both teams despite this minority attitude, urging the authorities to clarify the origin of these incidents.

Source: La Verdad


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