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Say no to racism ● footage racist inside the stadium

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A global campaign against racism after the incident of "Elvis and the banana"
The solidarity of the world of sport with the Brazilian right-back Dani Alves for the Spanish team Barcelona, ​​post-apartheid act in which he was one of Villarreal fans who threw fruit and whole banana during a playoff game on Sunday.

Dani Alves right-back for Barcelona caused unintentionally in the launch of a global campaign against racism, when eating half a banana thrown at him from the stands, when he was a player Dani Alves swing in the corner to find the fruit of a banana lying on the ground, to the Ptqchireha and dealt with before the kick.
And he raised the act done by the star of the team Catalans big wave of reactions within the social networks, so that the Brazilian Neymar da Silva Alves team-mate personal picture of him put the company of his son, which eats banana on his page in a social networking with the suspension of sites Feltzhb racism to hell .

He joined Mario Balotelli striker Milan, for the campaign are all monkeys on the application Anstjeram to support the Brazilian and Argentine Sergio Aguero joined a team player Manchester City and the player Brazilian Marta and other stars of the game by putting pictures of them carrying bananas and scoff at the disposal of racial encouraging.
In the same context, the former Brazilian player Roberto Carlos, Brazilian Luciano Hack and media joined the campaign, which gave it a national dimension and Brasilia against Villarreal fans what I did. Brazilian players Reid and Hulk, Lucas Leiva and expressed their support for Facebook, where he wrote leva via Twitter: "congratulations to you on your behavior yesterday, we are together in this struggle against the apartheid".

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