Bayern President Hainer condemns racism against Davies

Klub-president Herbert Hainer has condemned the racist hate comments against Bayern player Alphonso Davies (20) and his girlfriend and professional soccer player Jordyn Huitema (19) on the Internet. “FC Bayern Munich also met the racist hostility after Jordyn Huitema’s post against our player Alphonso Davies and we will not tolerate them in any way,” said Hainer (66) of the “Bild” newspaper (Wednesday).

Last Friday, Huitema, a Paris Saint-Germain player, published numerous hateful comments against the couple in an Instagram story that had been sent to her for a vacation photo with Davies.

“You should never listen to that”

His teammate too Jerome Boateng had reacted like other colleagues to the slurs. “I am totally disgusted to read the comments under the photos by Alphonso Davies and Jordyn Huitema. I have no words for it, except that you should never listen to people full of hatred who post cowards on social media, “tweeted the 2014 world champion (32), whose team will face VfL Wolfsburg in the league this Wednesday (20.30 Clock in the FAZ live ticker for the Bundesliga as well as at Sky).

The Sports Court of the German Football Association (DFB) has meanwhile fined third division club SV Waldhof Mannheim to a fine of 2500 euros for a racist incident several months ago. In addition, the former Bundesliga club has to donate 2000 euros to finance preventive measures against racism and xenophobia to the club “Mannheim says Ja!”, The foundation for the international weeks against racism and / or the DFB foundation Egidius Braun.

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During the game against Türkgücü Munich on October 3rd, at least one spectator racially insulted the South Korean guest player Yi-Young Park. After Park had informed referee Robin Braun about this, he made a stadium announcement according to the three-step plan. After a two-and-a-half minute break, the game was then continued without further disruption.


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