- The complaint reflects that some 1,000 local fans intoned the “police, murderess”
La Liga denounced the chants against the Police by some Alavés fans in the match against Sevilla, on the last day of La Liga Santander, and those of Tenerife fans towards the referee of the match against Valladolid, on LaLiga matchday 30 SmartBank.
The complaint reflects that some 1,000 local Alavés fans, belonging to the local animation group, located behind the goal of the Polideportivo Fund, sang the “killer police” chant on two occasions, which was supported by spectators located in other areas of the field, reported the organism.
La Liga highlighted that after both chants the club reacted quickly by issuing the message “Deportivo Alavés condemns and rejects any act of violence in sport, racist or xenophobic shouting. Animate with passion and respect” through video scoreboards.
The other complaint from LaLiga refers to the chants of some 150 local Tenerife-Valladolid fans against the referee of the match, on two occasions of the same, which was seconded from other areas of the stadium in a minority way.
Every week La Liga sends a letter of complaint to the RFEF Competition Committee and the Anti-Violence Commission with those chants that occur in football matches that incite violence or have insulting or intolerant content.
It also makes an email box available to fans (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that they can send their complaints, suggestions or requirements.