Still in reaction to the racist insults of which Vinicius Jr was the victim and the red card received by the latter, Real Madrid published a new press release on Monday evening, in which the club severely criticizes arbitration and Spanish football.
Real Madrid does not want to give the Spanish championship and its leaders any respite, after the shameful insults of which Vinicius Jr was the victim, on the lawn of Valencia on Sunday evening. Several Spanish media reported that several fans of the Valencians present at Maestella sang: “Fucking nigger, son of a bitch, you’re a monkey. After the match, Vini tackled the whole championship saying “that today in Brazil, Spain is known as a country of racists”.
At the heart of the controversy, Vini received the support of the whole football world after these new insults and his club is not left out. After a first press release to announce the filing of a complaint, Real Madrid did it again on Monday evening. This time, the Spanish club first wanted to thank everyone who showed solidarity with their player. “Real Madrid CF would like to thank the many expressions of affection, solidarity and love received from all over the world for their player Vinicius Júnior“, First said the merengue club in a press release, citing many players, such as Jadon Sancho, Neymar or Kylian Mbappé.
Following its publication, the Merengue club raised its voice. The Casa Blanca says to itself “surprised by the statements of the President of the Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, because, as a person in charge of Spanish football and the refereeing profession, he did not allow suitable measures to be taken, in accordance with the protocols of FIFA, to avoid the situation that has arisen“. Before returning to the expulsion of Vinicius Junior. And Real Madrid have been pretty vocal about refereeing.
“The referees, far from acting with firmness and applying the regulatory protocols, chose in most cases to inhibit themselves and avoid making the decisions that were theirs. Yesterday, the referee and VAR officials made unfair decisions based on incomplete footage, which was not seen in full, which led to our player’s direct ejection (…) Unfortunately , what happened yesterday and the way it was handled by the referees and the VAR is not seen as something isolated, but something that has been repeated in many of our matches“, can we read
Real Madrid, currently ranked third in La Liga, have also blamed the Spanish Football Federation for not taking sufficient action so far. The club expressed its hope that immediate and decisive action will be taken by those who have the responsibility and the skills to combat the scourges of racism, xenophobia and hatred, given the gravity of the current situation and the negative image that Spanish football sends back to the world.