Madrid, Feb 23 (EFE) .
As reported by LaLiga, his complaint includes that in the minute of silence prior to the start of the match “a local fan located in the south stands yelled, ‘Vinicius son of a bitch'”, a fact that was “responded with laughter by some other fans, a minority , from that same area of the stadium”.
It also reproduces the insults directed at Real Madrid by some 800 local fans, located in the Grada Sur Baja, sectors 113 to 115, and located behind banners with the slogans “Lizarra”, “Osasuna” and “Graderío Sur” six times a throughout the clash and the chant “Vinicius muérete”, intoned by the same spectators in the 79th minute of the game.
The LaLiga document also refers to the launch of a sandwich from the stands (m.63), which did not impact anyone, when an visiting player was going to take a corner kick and the song that the 800 previously mentioned local supporters sang in the minute 72 directed to Zaragoza.
“La Romareda, a pigsty whore, where Ligallo and the police meet. What a fucking smell, what crap, with a bomb all that would blow up, an explosion of Goma 2 and fuck Aragon. The Osasuna who enjoys it, watching that whore Zaragoza burn ”, he reproduces.
LaLiga confirmed yesterday that it had filed two new complaints in the Investigating Courts of Pamplona and Mallorca for racist insults directed at Vinicius in the last visits by Real Madrid to the fields of Osasuna and Mallorca and the identification in the latter of the person responsible for them and also those aimed at the Nigerian player of Villarreal Samu Chukwueze.
The body recalled that there are already eight complaints that it has filed for insults or racist chants against the Madrid striker, although three of them were filed by the prosecutors delegated for hate crimes in Barcelona, Mallorca and Madrid, respectively.
On the other hand, three other complaints have been admitted for processing before the Investigating Courts of No. 4 Valladolid, No. 28 of Madrid and No. 3 of Palma de Mallorca.
LaLiga sends a letter of complaint every week to the Competition Committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the Anti-Violence Commission with those chants that are produced in matches that incite violence or have an insulting or intolerant content.
It also makes the emails [email protected] and [email protected] available to fans, so that they can send their complaints, suggestions or requirements.