Inter Milan want kids allowed into behind-closed-doors game after racism sanctions

Maurizio Sarri stands by Kalidou Koulibaly of his former membership Napoli after the defender allegedly acquired racial abuse towards Inter.
Inter Milan supervisor Luciano Spalletti insists Italian soccer wants a whole change of its mentality after Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly suffered racial abuse in Inter’s 1-Zero victory.

Inter Milan is not going to be interesting the Lega Serie A’s choice to shut San Siro for his or her subsequent two fixtures, though they’ve requested that kids be granted entry.

Inter face Benevento within the Coppa Italia and Sassuolo in Serie A behind closed doorways due to sanctions imposed for the monkey chants aimed toward Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly of their 1-Zero win on Boxing Day.

The Nerazzurri confirmed on Tuesday that they’ve accepted the Lega Serie A’s choice, though in an announcement they mentioned they’ve “submitted a request to the Italian FA and the Lega Serie A to provide the chance for girls and boys of the Nerazzurro soccer faculties, and for girls and boys of the Centro Sportivo Italiano to find a way to attend the game towards Sassuolo.”

Kalidou Koulibaly was targetted by Inter followers when Napoli visited the San Siro.

The assertion added: “This is a vital initiative to ship out a powerful and clear sign towards any type of discrimination and violence.”

Inter can refer to precedents set by the Lega Serie A and Juventus when components of the Juventus Stadium, which had been closed for racial and territorial discrimination, had been opened up to kids earlier this season.

Juve launched the identical initiative in 2013, when each the Curva Sud and the Curva Nord had been closed. Nevertheless, it backfired with lots of the kids copying their friends by making comparable discriminatory chants in a 1-Zero win over Udinese, main to additional sanctions.

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