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回顧:足球界的種族歧視事件

圖片 1 /共 12 張: Italian premier Matteo Renzi, left, and Italian national soccer team coach Cesare Prandelli share a banana in solidarity with Barcelona's Brazilian player Dani Alves, during a ceremony in Rome on April 28, 2014. Alves, who is black, was about to take a corner kick while playing against Villarreal in La Liga on Sunday, April 27 when a banana landed on the pitch in front of him. The Brazil international picked it up, peeled it and ate some of it before throwing the rest aside. After the match, Alves said humour was the best way to combat racism in sport. That sentiment has led fellow football players, officials and even political figures from around the globe to respond with solidarity by taking photos eating bananas.Unfortunately for the sport this is not the first time that racism has reared its ugly head in football. Click or swipe to see more examples.

香蕉事件

義大利總理馬泰奧倫齊(左)及義大利國家足球隊教練切薩雷普蘭德利,在2014年4月28日一場在羅馬舉辦的典禮中,共同分享香蕉,來表達對於巴塞隆納隊的巴西足球員丹尼爾阿爾維斯的支持,事情起源於2014年4月27日的西班牙甲組聯賽,在對陣比亞雷亞爾的比賽中,阿爾維斯這位黑人足球員,於準備開角球時遭觀眾以往球場丟擲香蕉的方式嘲弄,這位巴西國際球星拾起掉在他面前的香蕉,剝了皮並吃了一點,再把剩下的丟到旁邊。這場比賽過後,阿爾維斯表示,在體育界裡,幽默以對是還擊種族歧視最好的方式。這份精神蔓延至他的隊友們,官方組織甚至政治人物,全球各地的支持者都以拍下「吃香蕉」的照片來響應阿爾維斯。不幸的是,種族歧視的問題在運動界中仍屢次出現
© AP Photo/Roberto Monaldo
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