Incredible but true: Millwall former hooligans contest Black Lives Matter! Days after the closure due to COVID-19 global pandemic, Millwall former hooliganism, celebrated this comeback with negative page of English soccer.
The majority of the two thousand people present in the stadium ingnore to knee in the tribute to Black Lives Matter. Millwall fans had asked the club to quit with Black Lives Matter. Players, through a press release, communicated their intentions: "The gesture of kneeling gives us the opportunity to publicly show our support for the fight against discrimination.
We want to clarify that, for us, kneeling does not represent joining a political group or ideology. It is simply about facing discrimination." At the Den Stadium, when referee Darren whistled the kick-off of the match against Wayne Rooney's Derby County, the whistles went off.
Some Millwall players looked up at the stands, embarrassed. Micah Richards said: "It wasn't a minority. We need to take serious measures. With two thousand people at the stadium it shouldn't be difficult to identify who whistled.
There is no excuse." On social media, several fans of Millwall and other teams have justified the boos. The English Football Association condemned the incident and an investigation will be opened.
Luis Suarez's issue: Juventus' Fabio Paratici investigated
The same Juventus FC, through an official note, confirmed the investigation by the Perugia prosecutor's office on the Italian exam taken by Suarez.
Juventus said: "Sure about strongly the correctness of Paratici's work and is confident that the ongoing investigations will help to clarify the its position in a reasonable time." According to the prosecution, it emerged that the contents of the test had been previously communicated to the player himself, reaching to predetermine the outcome and the score of the examination, to correspond to the requests that had been made by Juventus, with the aim of achieving a positive return of image, both personal and for the University.
From investigations it seems emerges that the Juventus manager contacted the Minister of Transport Paola de Micheli to speed up the ministerial practice of recognition of Italian citizenship against the player for a period in the company's crosshairs.
According to the investigators, the government representative gave the manager the contact of the head of the interior office of the Interior Ministry, Bruno Frattasi, as she herself admitted. What Juventus and the University of Perugia risk.
The prosecutor of Perugia, directed by Raffaele Cantone, said: "After the searches and seizures of 22 September 2020, the investigations, continued without interruption and in strict compliance with the principle of confidentiality, have significantly corroborated the evidential framework that had already been outlined in relation to the organization, by the suspects, during a session set up ad personam, of a farce exam, which allowed the release of the B1 type certificate of knowledge of the Italian language to the well-known Uruguayan footballer Luis Alberto Suarez, a prerequisite for obtaining citizenship.
In particular, it emerged that the contents of the test had been previously communicated to the player himself, arriving at predetermining the outcome and the exam score, to correspond to the requests that had been made by Juventus, with the aim of obtaining a positive return of image, both personal and for the University."