Juventus fans appear to have involved themselves in more racist behavior this week. After the Italian Serie A winners drew Real Madrid 1-1 in the second leg of their matchup to advance to the Champions League Final (they won 3-2 on aggregate), their fans bounced through the streets of Madrid.
In the above video, you can see one group of Juventus fans sing and chant on a Madrid subway car. They watch a black man wave a Juventus scarf and board the packed-out train, and then force him off.
Similar to when Chelsea fans didn't allow a black man to board a subway car in Paris, these Juventus fans are continuing their club's long and well-documented tradition of racist support. In 2009, the team was punished and made to play behind closed doors after fans racially abused Mario Balotelli. That's just one of many, many, many examples of racism rearing its ugly head in Juventus' history.
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[via The Metro]