La Liga president Javier Tebas apologized on Wednesday for the online insults suffered by Real Madrid player Vinicius Junior last Sunday after the Brazilian player took to social media to complain about racist insults and La Liga’s failure to take any action. Procedure.

“Well, it looks like the result wasn’t very good, right?” Tebas said in an interview with Reuters, referring to his much-criticized Twitter comments in which he suggested Vinicius look further at what the League is doing to combat racism. Before you criticize and defame the League.

He added: I say to everyone who understood that this was a mistake because of the method and because of the timing. that owes an apology. Adding that he had no intention of attacking Vinicius, blaming it on the excitement of the moment.

He continued: I apologize to Vinicius and anyone who understood that I was attacking Vinicius.

He said he felt powerless to tackle racism in football because, under Spanish law, the domestic league could only detect and report racist incidents, and urged legislative changes to have punitive powers to enable it to combat racism more effectively.

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