Soccer is Plagued By Racism All Over the World, and Brazil Is No Exception

Raphael Tsavkko Garcia
Dec 15, 2019 - 10:00
Racism is not new in the soccer world

The recent cases of racism all over the soccer world, such as the one suffered by Italian player Mario Balotelli when his team, Brescia, visited Hellas Verona, or the offenses received by Brazilian players Taison and Dentinho of Shaktar Donetsk (Ukraine), by fans of Dinamo Kiev, reminds us that we are facing a problem that is poorly treated by the media and sports institutions alike. After hearing the racist chants, Balotelli rebelled by...

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