Following the release of a video, Chancellor Atilio Costa Fabre describes a Boca Juniors footballer as “monkey” and “monkey”, during the super classic era against River Plate, the xeneize club released a statement in which it denied the truth.
“We would like to share our concern and rejection of journalist Atleo Costa Pepre’s discriminatory and unwarranted remarks against a player on our team during last Saturday’s game. Stimulates “says the text.
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The club adds: “From the Boca Juniors Athletic Club, through workshops, talks and specific campaigns, we are pursuing active policies to eliminate all forms of discrimination, and we will continue to do so because we are clear about the role we will play as central players in this event. All football must have a strong commitment. We believe that no one sees their rights being curtailed because of their race, religion, ideas, gender or nationality. “
In the last Super Classico exchange, Costa Pepre (River Campaign Reporter on FM Top 104.9) referred to a Boca player as “monkey” and “monkey” and saw him focus on television.
“Oh, how beautiful, please,” he says before appearing on the screen of a xeneize football player, which the record does not reveal. “Television gave me the lead through that image, didn’t it? Very monkey,” he said.
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