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Napoli shield Kalidou Koulibaly has urged footballing government in Italy to punish people for lifetime for racism and take note of policy in the English game.
Romelu Lukaku was subjected to monkey chants from home enthusiasts during Inter Milan’s 2-1 victory away at Cagliari, afterwards saying that soccer is going”backward” on racism.
A Serie A disciplinary estimate said earlier in September that he needs to see more evidence in the event the southern side should be penalized for the incident.
Former Juventus ahead Moise Kean was on the receiving end of racist chanting from supporters from the exact same club in April, and Serie A chose not to sanction the club.
Slurs were directed from Inter fans during a Boxing Day conquer last year at Senegal Koulibaly.
Carlo Ancelotti stated that the forecasts of Napoli weren’t listened to by officials.
Following the incident, Koulibaly wrote on Twitter:”I’m proud of the color of my skin. Proud to be FrenchSenegalese, Neapolitan: a Guy.”
Regarding the current incidents in Serie A, the 28-year-old told Corriere della Sport:”Racism from the stadiums must be conquered, but to succeed, even before the legislation of game, the ones of the State is going to be needed, deterrents that help to curb those bad habits.
“I grew up reading Martin Luther King and Malcolm X.
“Taking them models, teachers and teachers, symbols of a struggle that must be lived together as well as in our case, especially through regulations.”
A report released by Kick It Out in July stated reports of racism rose by 43 percent – from 192 to 274 – last season.
Chelsea prohibited a supporter for life to get abuse yelled during a clash with Manchester City at Stamford Bridge in December 2018.
Koulibaly believes sanctions that are similar ought to be adopted as the standard in Serie A.
“Let it be done like in England,” he explained.
“We continue with expulsions, even for life if needed, otherwise we will risk being offenders of minorities that could multiply.”
A spate of incidents have happened at the onset of the 2019/20 year on social networking platforms in Premier League and the English Football League.
Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford, and Tammy Abraham are among those who have had abuse directed at them on Twitter.
Raheem Sterling has also called on society to”awaken” and realise footballers have been”human beings just doing their jobs” as players continue to get targeted.
Group Kick It Out have condemned these cases all and have consented to meet with Twitter for the first time .

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