Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly has known as on any Fiorentina followers who hurled racist abuse at him within the 2-1 Serie A win on Sunday to be banned from stadiums for all times.
The Senegal captain says he was known as a “f****** m**key” by a bit of Viola supporters, an incident which is alleged to have angered Fiorentina director basic Joe Barone a lot that he personally went to the dressing room to apologise.
Posting on social media, Koulibaly mentioned “these subjects have nothing to do with sport. They must be identified and kept out of the stadiums: forever. #NoToRacism.”
Koulibaly additionally acquired assist from his team-mates, with Victor Osimhen posting: “Speak to your kids, your parents, make them understand how disgusting it is to hate an individual because of the colour of their skin.”
Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, who’s on mortgage at Napoli from Fulham, hinted that he may additionally have been subjected to abuse from the Fiorentina stands.
On Instagram, he mentioned “It’s unhappy to see that in 2021 there are nonetheless individuals who can do that!
“For my half you may insult me and name me a monkey it is not going to have an effect on the person that I’m as a result of I do know who I’m, I do know the place I come from, I’m a Black man, I’m proud to be and that may by no means change.
“No to racism.”
Last month, AC Milan started authorized proceedings after racist abuse was geared toward Tiemoue Bakayoko of their recreation with Lazio, however it’s unclear at this stage whether or not Napoli will take an analogous method.