The Pucelano team insists on its “zero tolerance” with racism
MADRID, March 9 (EUROPA PRESS) –
Real Valladolid announced this Thursday the sanction of three and a half seasons of suspension of the subscription for each of the fans identified after the insults to the Real Madrid player Vinicius Junior, during the match on December 30 at the José Zorrilla Stadium.
“The Social Disciplinary Body of Real Valladolid has received the sanction proposal from the Instructor for the people identified by the Police for uttering racist insults to the Real Madrid player, Vinicius Júnior, during the match that faced both teams in the José Zorrilla Stadium on December 30,” says Pucela in a statement.
“The events have been classified as very serious and the sanctions imposed by the club are three and a half seasons of suspension of the subscription for each of them, in application of the Internal Regulations for Subscribers and Spectators in General. As has already been stated in previous Sometimes, Real Valladolid will have zero tolerance for this type of behavior, with the aim of completely eradicating it,” he added.
The LaLiga Santander team has been reporting the measures in place since the racist episode at the José Zorrilla, with the start of the disciplinary file against a dozen identified subscribers and the suspension of their cards until the file is resolved.