Samuel Eto’o reveals least racist country in Europe
Samuel Eto'o, a former Chelsea, Inter Milan, and Barcelona striker, claims that Italy is the least racist country in Europe.
In an interview with La Repubblica, Eto'o, who is currently the president of the Cameroon Football Association, revealed this.
The Cameroonian legend stated, "I tell you, Italy is the least racist country in Europe."
It's not like they've never done the monkey cry in front of me in a stadium. On the street, I experienced issues as well. Italy, on the other hand, is possibly the least hypocritical country.
"My family stayed in Milan, those in the stadium are minorities, and I'm not sure why some obnoxious protests haven't been put down."
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