Fifa ought to “punish” those that accused Poland’s Kamil Glik of racism in a sport in opposition to England, says Polish soccer affiliation president Cezary Kulesza.
Gamers from either side clashed at half-time throughout September’s 1-1 draw in Warsaw following an alleged incident involving defender Glik and England’s Kyle Walker.
Earlier this week, Fifa stated there was “inadequate proof” to take motion.
Kulesza needs soccer’s world governing physique to behave.
“I decided that the Polish Soccer Affiliation will apply to Fifa to punish those that have unjustifiably accused Kamil Glik of racist behaviour through the match in opposition to England,” he wrote on Twitter.
“I used to be satisfied from the outset that these allegations have been fully false.”
Heated scenes happened because the referee blew for half-time in September’s sport after Glik appeared to pinch Walker’s neck. Maguire and Glik have been each booked for his or her half within the incident.
After the sport, England stated they’d made reviews to the refereeing staff and match delegates, however declined to say what the character of the criticism was, with captain Harry Kane solely saying: “Allegedly it was one thing that was completed, not stated.”
Nevertheless, Polish officers stated Glik had been accused of racism.
Fifa stated it might examine the matter, then this week issued an announcement saying: “Fifa’s place stays agency and resolute in rejecting all types of discrimination. On this explicit case, no proof has been produced to assist additional motion.”
Polish FA spokesperson Jakub Kwiatkowski welcomed that information by referring to “absurd accusations from the English federation”.