In Europe, Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has been active in defending coaches and speaking out against the insults they receive during matches. The case arose over racial slurs against Real Madrid player Vinicius Junior, with the coach expanding the case. In Brazil, Luis Castro also spoke about the topic he returned to on Saturday, after the 2-0 win over Fortaleza, which consolidated the lead in Brazil with 24 points.
“Freedom of speech is not freedom for bad behaviour. You can say whatever you want, you can sing odes about it, and I keep the attitude. I understand the masses, I understand everything, I just don’t understand bad manners. There was a game I couldn’t work on, because Behind me there were people 1 meter away who wouldn’t let me work. One thing the stadium choir criticizes, well, it’s the stadium atmosphere. Another thing is personal abuse. Personal abuse is something I would never accept. I can’t tolerate 4-year-olds doing years with obscene gestures and children repeating what the father does. When we water the blood problems what will happen?”, he said, emphasizing the issue of children:
′′ It will continue like this. They are six, seven and eight years old doing an insult on the field. Is this what Brazil wants? Well, go ahead. On questions from the media, I survived with the guys, with my management. There were indeed very sensitive topics. Sometimes he was very violent. They treated me like someone who came to football this year. Because they haven’t had champions at the top, they haven’t made it to the Europa League semi-finals, they haven’t been champions anywhere. »
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