The Napoli chairman believes that if the Italian Football Federation doesn’t fix the racism problems in the league, he will quit the competition.
Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly was racially abused during the match against Internazionale Milan in the Italian Lega Serie A.
And the Italian Football Federation, better known as the FIGC, did not take serious actions against those who insulted the Partenopei footballer.
“Once again the system, understood as an organization, has shown that it does not know how to change, punishing the victim and not the executioner,” said Aurelio De Laurentiis, Napoli’s CEO, according to Calcio Mercato.
“If we go on like this, football seriously risks imploding, hurting itself. I am ashamed to be part of this system from which I will be going out very quickly if the FIGC will not use drastic measures against racism.”
“In this way, Koulibaly is even more humiliated by this affair. I’m offended for him. He was touched, moved, struck in his sensitivity, his and family. His exhibition capacity was exemplary, I’m sorry he did not have justice,” he concluded.