in the Cadiz vs Valencia (LaLiga) match, there were no racist remarks

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Publish Date : 2021-04-09 21:38:02
in the Cadiz vs Valencia (LaLiga) match, there were no racist remarks

LaLiga has investigated Juan Cala's alleged racist against Mouctar Diakhaby in the Cadiz vs Valencia match. The conclusion of the Spanish League operator, no racist words came out of the mouth of Cala.
The US, Marca and Sky Sports reported that LaLiga used audio-visual archives, audio recordings of matches, images of game broadcasts, and images circulating on social media to look for evidence.

Apart from that, they also invited a number of experts. Not only to listen to the voice of the conversation, but also to read the lips of the players involved.
According to these experts, there was no 'damn black man' when Cala spoke to Diakhaby. The experts said the possibility that Cala spoke 'damn', 'leave me alone' and 'don't be angry'.

The results of this investigation have also been reported to Cadiz and Valencia. With this result, it can be expected that LaLiga will not punish Cala for the suspicion that ensnared him. Cadiz is also reportedly not going to sue Valencia for this matter.

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However, this case was not completely closed. The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) is still investigating the case, and has not announced the results.
Previously, in the 29th Jornada match of the Spanish League between Cadiz vs Valencia which took place at the Estadio Ramon de Carranza, Sunday (4/4/2021), Valencia had stopped playing in the 30th minute.

This was done after Diakhaby admitted to receiving the words of 'black man' from Cala when the two clashed. Valencia spent 20 minutes in the dressing room, before finally continuing the match.

Cala himself held a press conference on Tuesday (6/4) to refute, even accused Diakhaby of making up a story. Valencia criticized the move, regretting Cala's refusal to admit.

# Solskjaer: MU Will Never Be Satisfied in Second Place
Manchester United are expected to seal the runners-up position in the Premier League this season. But the Red Devils insisted that they would never be satisfied to be second.
Manchester United appear relatively stable and have so far collected 60 points from 30 matches in second place. The team made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is 14 points behind Manchester City at the top, even though the city rivals have played one more game.
Mathematically, catching Man City in the remaining eight games is still possible. But that will be difficult to do because City have so rarely dropped points: 18 wins and only one defeat in the last 19 matches!
Meanwhile, MU is in a quite comfortable position thanks to a four-point advantage over Leicester City in third. If you can maintain this position, Bruno Fernandes et al will repeat the results of the 2017/2018 season which were the best results in the last eight seasons.
But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted that finishing second was never and would never be enough for a club as big as Manchester United. Next season he wants better results and is excited about the progress seen so far.

"We can never be satisfied with second place at Manchester United. We will never be satisfied with second place. We have seen the high point and we know how capable this club is," he said.

Also read:
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"I have been here for a long time as a manager and it will take time for us to be in this position. Hopefully we can do better next season, we are still below our ambition," added Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Accelerate the Implementation of Bali Clean Energy
The sky of Bali may appear blue, but in the north of Bali, a small village is busy with black dust covering the yard and silently clinging to the furniture.
Celukan Bawang Village on the north coast of Buleleng, flanked by Lovina Beach, Pemuteran, West Bali National Park. Dazzling natural beauty and popular with tourists.

This village also supports the availability of electricity in Bali. Of course, at a cost. Not only are they more busy sweeping and dusting the toxic dust at home, but the health of the residents of Celukan Bawang is also a cost because they have to live next door to a coal PLTU. This fee is also borne by residents of one island.
I am a public attorney. Last January 2018, I and 3 residents affected by the Celukan Bawang Coal Fired Power Plant, who are members of the Association for the Concerned Community for the Environment (PMPL) and the environmental organization Greenpeace Indonesia, registered a lawsuit for the additional environmental permit for the construction of PLTU Celukan Bawang which was granted by the Governor of Bali.

After 2 years of rolling, there have been no satisfactory results. Still, investment and infrastructure development are prioritized over people's health.
In fact, Bali has started to commit to clean energy. Governor Regulation No.45 of 2019 has encouraged the tourism industry such as hotels, restaurants and cafes to save energy and use clean energy. However, the new PLTU will be replaced to clean energy when its economy runs out, in 30 years!
Even though the PLTU is the biggest source of pollution in Bali. Emissions released not only interfere with breathing but also exacerbate an increasingly real climate crisis.

Bali has great potential to use solar or solar energy. Why do you have to wait 30 years to start using this potential? Meanwhile, public health continues to be sacrificed because of pollution.
The presence of PLTU Batubara gives a bad image for Bali and Indonesia, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic where everyone is paying more attention to health
For that, I want to ask the Governor of Bali to accelerate Clean Energy Bali. Replace PLTU Celukan Bawang I with clean energy other than coal! Bali does not only belong to Bali, but also Indonesia, the world and future generations.
If this petition reaches 20,000 signatures, we will convey this petition directly to the Bali Governor's Office in the Niti Mandala Renon area, Denpasar, Bali. Energy and public health are human rights. Let's start fighting for public health now, start by using clean energy!



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