Sestao denies “racist chants” and insists it helps build teams in Senegal

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Three days after the racist episode suffered by the Senegalese goalkeeper Cheikh Sarr during the Sestao River-Rayo Majadahonda The Basque club broke its silence with an official statement in which it assured that “at no time, during the celebration of the match, there will be racist chants towards any of the protagonists.”

He Sestao River He argued that “the proof is that in the minutes of the match, both the arbitration and the Ertzaintza, nothing can be seen on this matter, or through the television images.” Cheikh Sarr He said he suffered racist insults from some fans behind his goal and, according to the Senegalese, they called him “monkey” or “fucking black man.”

Furthermore, the Sestao River explains that “it provided sports resources and equipment that helped create soccer teams in Senegal.”

In the statement, the Basque club states that it is “actively cooperating, and in everything that the authorities ask of us, after applying, as shown in the match against Rayo Majadahonda, the protocol established by Sports. Law for these cases. We are first interested in clarifying the events that took place and punishing the guilty, if it can be reliably proven.”


Source: La Verdad

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