Cruz Azul started a campaign with the message “Let’s respect more”, which seeks to eradicate the discriminatory cry in stadiums
MEXICO — Blue Cross began a campaign to eradicate the homophobic cry from the stands of the Azteca Stadium, since the Disciplinary Commission decided to punish the capital’s team with a veto match after what happened in the match against Lion, so they will play the repechage match against Monterrey behind closed doors.
The cement team succumbed 1-0 against the Esmeraldas and in the last minutes of the match the shout of “Pu…” was heard from the stands, for which they received a penalty match.
Given this, Machine started its campaign called “Let’s respect more”, where players from the men’s and women’s teams ask their followers to respect the people who do follow the rules and the team itself.
“It’s frustrating on and off the pitch, both as a fan and as a player. The hobby is very important to feel the support of your people, your family. That kind of screaming doesn’t work at all ”, the player from Cruz Azul Women, Alondra González
The front Santiago Gimenez He pointed out that the screams that are presented and the sanctions received “is a lack of respect for those who comply with the rules and do not do so. They are the best fans in Mexico and the only thing we can ask of them on this side is that we not shout this word ”.
The captain of The Machine, Jesus Crown described as “regrettable” what happened in the Colossus of Santa Úrsula and in the stadiums of Mexico.
“The situation that is being experienced in the stadiums with this cry is unfortunate and I think that we all deserve respect. There are different cheers, I sing in favor of your team, that encourage it, motivate it, ”said Corona.
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Cruz Azul launches campaign to eradicate homophobic cry: “Let’s respect more”, they ask