Ronaldo Vieira: Sampdoria midfielder racially abused playing against Roma in Serie A

Sampdoria midfielder Ronaldo Vieira was subjected from Roma supporters.
Information community ANSA noted the 21-year-old was aimed with monkey chants by traveling supporters in the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.
I noticed it but I really dont need to discuss it. This happens too often, it should not be such a way, Vieira told Rai Sport.
The chants were observed coming from the off end, inhabited by approximately 2,000 Roma fans .
Fourth official Antonio Giua lasted and noticed the abuse.
Corriere dello Sport noted that a statement was made about the stadium loudspeaker warning buffs in case the chants continued, that the match will be suspended.
Vieira was born in Guinea-Bissau but has represented England at youth level, having transferred to the country in a young age.
Sampdoria were joined by him out of Leeds United.
Roma posted an apology to the 21-year-old, adding that the club will assist.
Vieira represents the episode of racism on day one of the year in Serie A.
Cagliari escaped punishment from the Football Federation following Romelu Lukaku was subjected to monkey chants during the 2-1 success against them in September of Inter Milan.
Former Juventus striker Moise Kean, in addition to midfielder Blaise Matuidi were targeted at exactly the exact same club in April 2019.
Earlier in October, a supporter was prohibited from attending matches after abusing Roma in Italy for 3 years ahead Juan Jesus on social media.
The German FA president Gabriele Gravina announced that Serie A will begin using VAR cameras in an effort to tackle racist chants from stadiums and identify perpetrators.
Napoli shield Kalidou Koulibaly has advocated soccer authorities in Italy to embrace a similar policy regarding racism to that which is present in the English match.

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