Vincent Kompany says real racism lies with the football authorities

Vincent Kompany considers after team-mate Romelu Lukaku became the victim of abuse, racism that is real lies with the football authorities.
Lukaku was exposed to monkey chants in the crowd through Inter Milan Serie A victory over Cagliari on Sunday.
The chants could be heard before and after the striker scored a penalty to win the match.
Inter fans have defended their Cagliari counterparts, so claiming the chants were not supposed to be racist.
However, Kompany believes the problem lies throughout the planet are not only out of touch but lack the diversity that is essential to tackle the issue.
“It goes to who is expected to make a determination on these issues, and it is in these organisations that the difficulties lie,” Kompany told Sky Sports News.
“The real racism can be found in the fact none of those institutions have representatives that can really understand what Romelu (Lukaku) is going through.
“You are dealing with a bunch of folks and decision-makers that are telling him how he must feel and think about this whenever you have no decision-makers who are remotely in touch with what he’s experienced in his lifetime.
“That is the real problem, if you go via the planks at UEFA or FIFA, the Olympic League or the English League There’s a real shortage of diversity
“In case you do not have diversity in areas of power like boardrooms then you can not have the ideal decisions concerning sanctions – it’s a simple as this.”
Kompany was speaking during the announcement Sky Sports would be revealing his Manchester City testimonial on Wednesday, September 11, live on Sky Sports Premier League.
Kompany played 360 games for City after linking in 2008 in Hamburg, winning four Premier League titles, two FA Cups and four League Cups across the way – like among each year, before choosing to depart to become player-coach in Anderlecht summer time.
With an all-star line-up containing the likes of Mario Balotelli, Cesc Fabregas and Thierry Henry, it promises to become a night for the Belgian to renew old acquaintances as well as say a proper farewell.
“I’ve had such a particular time in City and the testimonial isn’t so much a game I am just awaiting for myself, it’s a chance to say goodbye,” Kompany explained.
“The club have been fantastic for me and I have always given everything I’ve needed and this match is for them.
“The truth it is for charity is important to me also – it’s part of Tackle4MCR which is hoping to have an effect on the displaced in Manchester.
“I have been privileged to grow and develop in town and it’s unrecognisable from 11 decades ago when I joined but additionally, it appears to have abandoned a great deal of people behind as well.
“It feels like that which we have a responsibility to attempt and influence and what a excellent opportunity to do it through soccer.”
Vincent Kompany’s Testimonial Match will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League.

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