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The San Michele does not appeal “They washed their hands Let’s leave everything behind”

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The disappointment is great, but the San Michele Salsa has decided not to lodge any appeal against the decision of the sports judge on Wednesday. The sentence that condemns the company to the defeat against Cisonese and the disqualification of two of its players (the captain because he decided to withdraw the team after the racist insult addressed to Ousseyne Diedhiou, Marco Russo for having given the ignorant to those who he shouted) will be accepted by the club, albeit reluctantly: “This does not mean that the decision leaves us completely calm, anyway,” commented sporting director Manuel Scottà. Also annoying him is that passage in which the judge says that, with the referee report in hand, he cannot identify with certainty who shouted the insult and even less understand if it was really directed at Diedhiou, as it seemed evident to the players: ” So the judge washed his hands. Indeed, the referee did not recognize the author of that scream despite being at the bar after the game and despite his admission of guilt in the newspapers, “he comments. The management has decided to put a stone on it, despite the heaviness of the situation: «I don’t think you go to the pitch with a shirt or that it manifests itself in any other way. We want to go back to thinking about football, leaving this episode behind us, even if we know very well that the problem of racism is not a minor one ”, announces the sports director. The story that led San Michele Salsa to withdraw the team from Cison’s field on Sunday after a racist insult to one of its players continues to end up on national televisions as well. After the visit to the sports facilities that a troupe of the Rai 1 program “Porta a porta” made on Wednesday evening, in the next few days the Vittorio company will also receive a visit from journalists and cameramen of “Detto Fatto”, a program that is broadcast on Rai 2 every afternoon. –

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