Dele Aiyenugba Unhappy With Conduct Of Bnei Yehuda Fans
Published: October 07, 2013
Dele Aiyenugba Unhappy With Conduct Of Bnei Yehuda FansBnei Yehuda numero uno Dele Aiyenugba was unhappy with the conduct of the supporters in the wake of the 4 - 2 home loss to Maccabi Petah Tikva on Saturday

The fans were singled out for criticism by the Nigeria international after they chanted racist songs directed at two colored players of Maccabi Petah Tikva - Nigerian midfielder Emmanuel Ifeanyi and Senegalese Tamlo Zito.

“These fans, they did it once too me. These are not just fans of the children of Judah, the other teams fans can behave like this, what can I do? Suffered for a long time.

“I can not say bad things about fans of Judah, because it’s not just them.Other fans did me the same thing and unfortunately this kind of routine is normal here in Israel.

“They cursed me here in Israel almost without break, they called me a monkey and other words, so what can I do?

“I just need to lift your head and keep playing,” Dele Aiyenugba told reporters.

Bnei Yehuda are second from bottom in the standings with three points, having failed to win their last four games in the championship.

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