French FA condemns racist abuse of its players after losing World Cup final – (Tweet)

PARIS: The French Football Federation has condemned the racist abuses online directed at his players and vowed to take action after they were targeted following their World Cup shoot-out defeat to Argentina last Sunday in Qatar. And the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported on Monday that France striker Kingsley Coman and midfielder Aurelien Tchoameni were racially abused online after missing two penalties in the World Cup final. Koeman’s shot was saved by Argentine goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, while Tchoameni shot wide, earning Argentina its third overall world title and first since 1986. social media”said the French Federation on Twitter. .. The French Football Federation condemns this and will prosecute those involved. After the World Cup finalseveral players from French team they were the subject of unacceptable racist and hateful comments on social media. The FFF condemns them and will press charges against those responsible. — French Team ⭐⭐ (@FrenchTeam) December 20, 2022 Bayern Munich, whose colors Koeman defends, have posted a message of support for the 26-year-old player, condemning racist comments against him. “The Bayern family is behind you, King,” he said on Twitter. Racism has no place in sport or in our society.” #FCBayern condemns the racist attack against the player Kingsley Coman. The whole FC Bayern family stands with you Kingsley, there is no place for racism in sport or in our society. — Bayern Munich (@FCBayernAr) December 19, 2022 The incident comes after racist abuse of England players Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bucayo Saka following their 2020 European Championship final loss to Italy lo last year. All three players missed penalties, only to be driven on social after the match. (Reuters)