Son Heung-min’s best friend Ryan Mason, acting manager of Tottenham, directly criticized Son Heung-min for the racist behavior of some먹튀검증 Crystal Palace fans.
Son Heung-min became the victim of senseless racial discrimination in the process of being replaced with Danjuma in the 44th minute of the second half of the home game against Crystal Palace, which took place in the home room on the 6th. Just before the end of the second half, according to the referee’s order to prevent a time delay, Son Heung-min walked past the crowd from the opposite side of the bench, the nearest place. On the way, I had to pass in front of Crystal Palace’s ‘Walking Seat’, and the home fans’ ‘Nice One, Sony!’ In the midst of cheering songs and standing ovations, Crystal away fans, who were certain of a 0-1 defeat, hurled curses and booing at Tottenham ace Son Heung-min. Some extreme supporters were caught making eye-slitting gestures and violent gestures of raising their middle fingers. Fans reported racism through social media, and Crystal Palace and Tottenham clubs issued official statements promising a strong response.
In an interview with Football London, acting manager Ryan expressed deep regret, saying, “Son Heung-min is a fantastic person. I love him as a human being. This is a sad scene that we ultimately do not want to see.” “We support Sonny and all the players on the field. They are giving their lives to entertain us. Anyone who crosses the line must be punished,” he raised his voice.
Meanwhile, Troy Townsend, head of the anti-racism organization Kick it Out, has urged players to reconsider the way they leave the field in the wake of racist behavior against Son Heung-min against Crystal Palace. “This is not the first time Son Heung-min has had to endure such abhorrent discrimination,” he said in a statement. “I urge football officials to review whether the policy of playing sports could risk exposing players to discriminatory abuse in certain circumstances.