Serbia accuses Croatian and Albanian fans of hateful chanting

NEWS 20.06.202419:20 0 komentara
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The Serbian Football Federation on Thursday sent a letter to the secretary-general of the European Football Association (UEFA), Teodor Teodoridis, in which it accuses fans of the Croatian and Albanian fans of hateful chanting at their Euro 2024 clash on Wednesday.

According to the Serbian local media, the Serbian federation is demanding that UEFA punish Croatia and Albania after accusing their fans of chanting: “Kill, kill, kill the Serb” during the match in Hamburg.

Jovan Surbatovic, General Secretary of the Football Association of Serbia, said a formal complaint had been submitted.

The Serbian federation says that the chanting was not an isolated incident and that a large number of supporters at the Hamburg stadium chanted those shouts.

The Serbian side believes that when the hateful chanting started, officials of the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) should have suspended the match.

UEFA has made no response to Serbia's letter so far.

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