tremendous zaca of Seville in social networks to a “progressive” who accused them of not having denounced the disturbances of the fans of Glasgow Rangers and Eintracht Frankfurt on the occasion of the final of the Europe League because they were committed by «white boys». The zasca, however, has been epic: Vox has posted up to four complaints on its social networks for these disturbances and fights.
You should already know that we, unlike people like you, do denounce all kinds of violence, whoever it comes from. https://t.co/FWKJOv9Yla pic.twitter.com/uEa1jtOHaj
– VOX Seville (@VOXSevilla_) May 19, 2022
The user who denounced Vox said: «Do you know why Vox is not saying that hundreds of foreigners destroy the streets and create insecurity? Because they are white. And she added that «you will not hear of these people say that ‘they invade us’ or that ‘they do not integrate because of their culture or their religion’. It’s called racism.”
However, as they have reminded him from Vox Sevilla, there are several complaints from the social network accounts of the formation that Javier Cortés leads in the Seville capital. All of them accompanied by photos and videos with the unfortunate images that these soccer “fans” have left.
Regrettable. It is the only qualification for the behavior of a large part of the German and Scottish fans who are in Seville this Wednesday for the Europa League final at the stadium Ramon Sanchez Pijzuan. From the early hours of this Tuesday until just an hour before the start of the game, two hobbies have left images that have nothing to do with football. brutal fights that have led to police charges, destruction of street furniture of Seville and, of course, arrested.
the end of the UEFA Europa League face the german team Eintracht Frankfurt and the scotch Glasgow Rangers. The streets of Seville, invaded by these fans, have been the scene of multiple fights between fans. Vox, how could it be otherwise, has denounced the events and has directly pointed to the mayor of the Seville capital, the socialist Antonio Muñoz.