By the way, it was not Kawashima who made the game temporarily called off. It was the referee himself that heard "Fukushima" singings in the Beerschot crowd after the bottles were thrown. Of course that you ask for explanation (see the gestures with his hands on the video). So smithinjapan, get your facts straight. Oh and for the losers out there that think he must toughen up, if he didn't cry in the locker room after the full time whistle, this article wouldn't even have reached local media and the racisme and hate against Kawashima would have gone up in thin air. None of you would even have heard of it.
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Disgusting how people actually try to extenuate what is said. It simply is NOT DONE by those Beerschot fans. I was there live in the stadium and it was 200+ people who sang it. How can you not react to these kind of "taunts" as you call it? It's not even taunts, it's pure racism. Last Lierse-Beerschot game they sang "meeneemchinees" (take-away Chinese) at him, he didn't react then because he didn't understand it.
How there are people that think this is nothing, goes beyond my mind. You absolutely have no heart at all for the Japanese people. Lierse SK fans on the other hand supported Japan after the earthquake and tsunami on 20/03/2011:
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