& # 39; These fans should be outside of football, outside the stadium, for life & # 39 ;: Former England boss Fabio Capello says it is & # 39; impossible & # 39; must be for supporters who are guilty of racism for attending games
- Former England manager Fabio Capello wants tougher punishment for all supporters who are found not guilty of racist abuse in stadiums
- Capello spoke out following the abuse in Portugal against Porto & # 39; s Moussa Marega
- The Italian has also seen a number of incidents that don't happen in Serie A this season
Fabio Capello wants to transfer live broadcasts from stadiums to supporters being found guilty of gambling of racial abuse at matches.
The former England manager showed his opinion in the & # 39; nose of & # 39; a racist abuse suffered by Porto striker Moussa Marega after he scored against Vitoria SC this weekend.
Marega started off the field, despite teammates trying to get him through playing and with the abuse far from an isolated incident in Europe this season, Capello insists that tougher penalties are needed to act as a deterrent .
Porto's Moussa Marega should be restricted by a teammate, in order to avoid being abused by fans
Former England boss Fabio Capello wants life ties for supporters guilty of racism
& # 39; Some fans go out on the field here, go to the stadium here – they like to do this, & # 39; said Capello, speaking at the Laureus World Sports Awards.
& # 39; These fans should be outside of football, outside of the stadium, for life – not for two, three games.
& # 39; I've read one in Italy for four years (was banned) – no, for life. It is impossible for these people to go to the stadium. & # 39;
The abuse aimed at Marega put the spotlight back on the level of punishment given to supporters who were found not guilty of abuse.
Mali International Marega angered the abused fans as he made his way off the field in Vitoria
After the final whistle, Marega took to Instagram to blast the racist supporters: & # 39; I'd tell the idiots who didn't come to the stadium to scream racist abuse … go f *** yourself.
& # 39; I also want to wish the referee that he did not protect me and show me a yellow card, in order to defend my skin color.
& # 39; I hope I never meet him on a football field again !! INSIDE YOU NOW !!! & # 39;
Cagliari took a hard line last week when she chose not to ban three supporters from her stadium for life after they were found guilty of racist abuse by opposition players.
Romelu Lukaku has been targeted by racist abuses in Italy since moving to Manchester United's Inter and Brescia striker Mario Balotelli also found himself abused during a Serie A match earlier this season.
Inter Milan star Romelu Lukaku has been the target of racist abuse several times this season
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