Exposed to the racist rhetoric of the fourth referee in the UEFA Champions League match against Paris Saint Germain on the road, Başakşehir assistant coach Pierre Webo said that December 8, 2020 will be a turning point for the fight against racism in football.
“I REQUESTED HELP FROM THE DOCTOR”
The Cameroonian former footballer told the British broadcaster BBC that he felt both angry and sad when Romanian referee Sebastian Coltescu called him by using his skin color instead of his name. I asked the doctor for help to sleep that night. After the incident, I had the hardest days of my career. “.
Stating that it will not be forgotten that both teams leave the field after the event phase, the 38-year-old coach said, “From now on, it will be before and after the 8th of December. We showed that the person who will stop the match is not the referee, but the players.
Webo, who wore the jerseys of Osasuna and Mallorca in Spain as well as Turkish clubs in his active career, added that he did not want to be remembered only by this event.
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