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Liga: partial closed session for Getafe after racist and xenophobic insults targeting Acuña

The Spanish football club Getafe was sanctioned with a partial closed session at home for three La Liga matches, due to the racist and xenophobic insults aimed at the Argentine player from Sevilla Marcos Acuña last week.

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Liga: partial closed session for Getafe after racist and xenophobic insults targeting Acuña

The Spanish football club Getafe was sanctioned with a partial closed session at home for three La Liga matches, due to the racist and xenophobic insults aimed at the Argentine player from Sevilla Marcos Acuña last week.

The closed area of ​​the stadium must display “a message of condemnation of violent, racist, xenophobic and intolerant acts and behavior in football, and a message of support for clean play”, specified the disciplinary body of the Spanish Football Federation in his sanction, which is accompanied by a fine of 27,000 euros.

The referee of the match between Getafe and Sevilla FC had to briefly interrupt the match after insults were aimed at the Argentine player. The Sevilla coach, Quique Sanchez Flores, then deplored having also been the target of insults.

These incidents occurred just a few days after a friendly match between Spain and Brazil, organized to fight against racism in response to the insults suffered numerous times by Real Madrid's Brazilian striker Vinicius Junior.

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