The former Manchester City captain, Anderlecht coach, denounced violence on Sunday.
Son of the first black mayor of Belgium (mayor of Ganshoren), Vincent Kompany complained on Sunday of the unacceptable behavior of the public, on the occasion of the trip of his team to Used (2-2).
« I leave this match disgusted. During the whole meeting, me and my staff were insulted. Racist insults that also targeted the players », Reacted the coach ofAnderlecht, cited by the RTBF, after this match of the 20e day of the Jupiler Pro League.
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The former Manchester City and Red Devils captain later continued in Dutch: « I know it’s also like that on other football pitches but we gave a lot for this country and we just come to play football. »
Club Brugge, via a press release, ” strongly condemns all forms of racism. This minority is not representative of the values and standards of the club and has no place in Jan Breydel. »
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