Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga, said who have not “fulfilled” their “responsibility” behind the racist insults received by Athletic Bilbao soccer player Iñaki Williams during the match he played last Saturday against the rojiblanco team with the Espanyol at the RCDE Stadium in Barcelona. “LaLiga as the organizer of the championship is responsible for the safety of the fan and this weekend we cannot say that we have fulfilled our responsibility, so we have to do self-criticism and reflect. We are worried about looking for solutions, “Tebas said during the V Gala of the awards of the Sports Press Association of Madrid (APDM). “Tomorrow we file a complaint with the prosecution of hate crimes in Catalonia because it cannot happen again. You have to look for a path, not be aware of whether it has been heard or not, “he announced. Further, LaLiga sent on Monday a written complaint to the Committee Competition of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and the Anti-violence Commission which indicates that in the 69th minute of the match, when Iñaki Williams was replaced and withdrew from the pitch by the bottom closest to your location, several local fans from the Graderío Gol Cornellà, “unable to determine the number”, “intoned” for about 10 seconds and when the player passed before them the scream from “UH, UH, UH, UH”.
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