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The FA will install high-definition cameras at Wembley Stadium ahead of Euro 2020 in the summer to monitor discriminatory behaviour by fans.
Recently, inappropriate behaviors such as personal attacks on players by fans in the audience have become a topic that the FA attaches great importance to. Recently, in Chelsea's game at White Hart Lane to challenge Tottenham, a fan on the sidelines imitated the monkey's movements and pointed the finger directly at Chelsea defender Rudiger. The FA will investigate this.It is reported that the FA hopes to maximize the use of high-tech to identify the perpetrators in the stands, and set up corresponding guidelines for reference in other parts of the country. Manchester United midfielder Fred has also been racially abused by fans at the Etihad Stadium this season, and some clubs have also been investigated for anti-gay songs in the stands.
A spokesman for the FA said: "As a professional body, we want Wembley to be at the forefront of anti-discrimination practices and to monitor misconduct in the stands. To this end, we will invest in a range of equipment, including in specific areas. Some high-definition cameras installed inside." Wembley will host seven matches, including the final, for the European Cup next June.Earlier, during England's Euro qualifier against Bulgaria, some fans in the stands made monkey-mocking gestures and Nazi salutes to England players, forcing the match to be suspended twice. Bulgaria has since been handed a penalty for a home game behind closed doors.
Three Lions coach Gareth Southgate once pointed out: "We have to restore order to the stadium at home, there are still many similar problems in England." Now, the FA hopes to use their new technology to deal with these problems, and they will Deal with all forms of discrimination with zero tolerance.Last season, Manchester City striker Sterling suffered racial discrimination at Stamford Bridge. Therefore, Chelsea made a decision to ban the fan involved from entering the stadium for life.
For more information on "In order to curb fan discrimination, the FA will install high-definition cameras at Wembley", please continue to pay attention to the scientific and technological information column, and the editor will continue to update you with more scientific and technological information.At 30 minutes on December 26th, Beijing time, in the 19th round of the Premier League, Tottenham will host Brighton at home. In the previous 0-2 home loss to Chelsea, Son Heung-min was sent off for a foul on Rudiger. In the following game, it was reported that Tottenham fans racially discriminated against the Blues central defender Rudiger. Mourinho also spoke about these situations in his pre-match press conference against Brighton.