Antonio Rudiger maintains that “racism has won” after the authorities failed to implement its complaints about racism
“Racism has won … I am the bogeyman”: Antonio Rudiger of Chelsea explodes authorities after not acting in response to his complaints that he was racially abused in Tottenham in December
- Antonio Rudiger claims that “racism has won” after Chelsea’s victory over Tottenham
- The German defender claimed that he was the subject of racist songs in December
- Two investigations showed that there was no evidence to support his allegations
Antonio Rudiger has claimed that “racism has won” after being booed by Tottenham fans in Chelsea’s 2-1 win over Spurs on Saturday.
The German defender claims to have heard that monkey singing was directed at him when the two clubs met at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in December, leading to the first Premier League anti-discrimination protocol.
As a result, Spurs and the Metropolitan Police have investigated Rudiger’s claims, but no evidence has been found to support allegations of racist abuse.
Antonio Rudiger claims that “racism has won” after being chased by Spurs fans in Chelsea’s 2-1 win
“The police informed us today that, after investigation and investigation, they closed the crime report because they cannot find evidence to support the accusation of racist abuse,” a statement from Tottenham read.
“We fully support Antonio Rudiger with the action he has taken – however, there is no evidence to confirm or contradict the claim, and as such neither ourselves nor the police are able to take further action.”
Rudiger believes, however, that the system has abandoned him because he was subjected to anger by Spurs’ support during Saturday’s victory at Stamford Bridge.
Rudiger made a monkey gesture to clearly abuse it and was aimed at him in December
Rudiger said he was abused after his role in the red card of Son Heung-min the day
“Racism has won,” said Rudiger Sky Sport.
“It shows that these people have won because they can go back to the stadium. They will not be punished and at the end of the day I am the bogeyman.
“It is not that I give up or no longer raise my voice. I will always raise my voice, but I am alone in this regard. “
Although the problem is often emphasized in countries such as Italy and Bulgaria, Rudiger maintains that the problem is far-reaching and common everywhere.
Referee Anthony Taylor consulted with both managers after the abuse was reported to him
Separate investigations have been conducted with Police and Spurs, but these have been closed after they found “no evidence to confirm or contradict the accusations”
“Everyone should look at their own house, because when I was racially insulted in Italy, I always heard:” This is normal in Italy. ‘Everyone must start with themselves at home and then talk about others. No country has anything under control, “he argued.
“There is support, but words and actions are different. At the end of the day, anyone can say, “I’m sorry!” But only those who share the same fate as I can understand.
“I could post an Instagram or Twitter message, but what good would it do? Ultimately you are alone. “