the Debate on homophobia rages in the Danish media the last few days, after FC Copenhagen's Viktor Fischer told about the homophobic smædesange against him from the OB's fans in the latest round of the game.
It was Brøndbys fans to vote in the during the match against FC Nordsjælland.
At The union of European Football associations (UEFA) has also noticed Viktor Fischer's criticism of the homophobic songs.
UEFA's president, Aleksander Ceferin, praises the Danish striker over for TV3 Sport.
- I applauderer any attempt to create greater equality and fairness and see the soccer ball as a powerful catalyst that removes all differences, social and religious as well as racial and sexist.
- The only acceptable difference is the color of the equipment manager, he says.
- I am ashamed that we in Europe every single weekend experiencing disdainful racist and homophobic chants, without understanding the devastating and destructive effect they have.
Uefas president, Aleksander Ceferin. Photo: Tariq Mikkel Khan/Polfoto
Last year introduced the UEFA a so-called EqualGame Award to people who do nothing to get things like racism and homophobia in football for life.
The Georgian player Guram Kashia received the award in 2018 for publicly denounce homophobia, knowing that it would make him unpopular in the homeland, where homophobia is widespread.
- It is profiles like him, and Viktor Fischer, who can make a change for the better, says Aleksander Ceferin.
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