GERMAN RACISM: BASKETBALL PLAYER REFUSED THE AUTOGRAPH TO YOUNG BOY, WHEN FOUND HE WAS SERB
The member of the German national basketball team, Paul Clipser has refused to sign an autograph to young boy only because he was Serb- wearing the Serbian jersey…
Young boy named Vuk Ivanovic, who was born in Germany, lives with his parents of Serbian descent in the city of Visen.
After the recent basketball game, little Vuk wanted to get an autograph from the German player, because he is supporting, along the Serbian national team, the national team of the country he was born in- Germany…
Paul Clipser has observed that little Vuk was wearing the Serbian national jersey, and have asked the boy where from he was. The boy got confused by the question, but said he was from Serbia, adding that every time Serbia is not in competition, he supports Germany.
– “Give the child the autograph” – shouted somebody from the crowd.
But Clipser has closed the pen and returned it to the boy (without an autograph). Turned around and left…
Some people really shouldn’t have any business in Sport.
It is interesting that little Vuk is playing the basketball at home, and he is dreaming to become one day a professional basketball player.
Here is the description of the incident, seen through the eyes of this little boy, who was subjected to the racial profiling and public humiliation, just for being Serb!?
(Special reporter for “Telegraf” from Euro-basket, Dragutin Stojmenović)
FBR translation from Serbian- M. Novakovic, Source: http://www.telegraf.rs/sport/1741251-skandal-na-eurobasketu-nemacki-kosarkas-odbio-da-decaku-potpise-autogram-jer-je-srbin-ekskluzivni-video