Edin Dzeko says there is more racism in Italy than he expected

Roma striker Edin Dzeko says racism in Italian football is more prevalent before going to Serie A., than he anticipated
Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku was subjected to monkey chants in the audience throughout the 2-1 win over Cagliari last month of Inter.
Earlier this year, now Everton ahead Moise Kean was abused by Cagliari fans while penalizing slurs were directed at Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly season from Inter supporters during a Boxing Day match.
“I think (racism) is a bigger issue than, possibly, in different nations, particularly in England,” Dzeko told Sky Sports News.
“But hopefully, for the good of the different players, these things have to stop and hopefully the federation is able to observe this as well and try to prevent it in any way possible.”
Lukaku demanded prompt action to be taken later he had been exposed to racist chanting. Dzeko echoed his opinion, calling the Italian soccer federation to perform to guard players.
“I do not know exactly what to say about this. Even today, these things happening which is not a terrific thing,” he added.
“I know, when I was playing England, it is much improved. There’s definitely less and less racism there.
“However, I believe in Italy, it is considerably more than anticipated. I believe it must come from the federation, they need to safeguard the players. That is the only method.
“If you listen to someone, you just ban him in the scene. They cannot come . We do not those displaced people in the stadiums.”

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