The Monegasque player is putting pressure on UEFA after the racist cries suffered in Prague.
After racist behavior during the victory of AS Monaco at the home of Sparta Prague in the Champions League (match counting for the third qualifying round of C1), Aurélien Tchouaméni reacted with a long message in which he said takes it to the continental authorities.
The 21-year-old player broadcast a very explicit message on social media on Wednesday. “It’s hard to find the words to tell you how I feel about what happened yesterday,” he thundered at first.
Tchouaméni demands that these acts suffered “do not go unpunished” and fears that racism will become common in the stadiums of Europe.
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“There will be a buzz for a day or two, then we’ll move on until next time. Taking a stand against racism is easy. Taking action is another thing.”
The protocols put in place by UEFA are also insufficient for the player. “Why are we, players who are victims of racist acts, not involved in the establishment of this protocol?” He said.
“Why can we stop a game for five minutes to check if a player was offside for a few inches, but not for racist chants in a stadium? Yesterday our club’s camera on the pitch recorded everything. was loud and clear. We heard “.