The footballers of Serie A Italy needs to go for a sit-down protest at the field in case there are any racist chants when a match is in progress said Fabio Capello, the former AC Milan, Juventus, and Real Madrid coach.
The football of Italy has struggled a lot for putting an end to the racist behavior of the fans. However, the problem resurfaced on Boxing Day when the Kalidou Koulibaly, the Senegalese defender of Napoli had been taunted while the match was going on in at San Siro in Inter Milan.
Carlo Ancelotti, the coach of Napoli has said that the team is going to walk away from the field if this is repeated. This led to a debate regarding whether the team will take the law in their own hands. Inter had been ordered to take part in two more home matches secretly. However, Koulibaly had been banned for these 2 games after he had been sent off due to the dissent late in the game. This created a furor that the victims are equally punished as the culprit in Serie A.
Ancelotti had blamed the loss of temper of Koulibaly on the reception that they got from the crowd. According to him, the players have to sit down on the pitch and should not be punished for taking part in the protest. This will be helpful for the fans who want to watch the match and behave themselves on the field.