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Nannskog about racism: "A bang in the heart"

2019-10-14T07:01:44.034Z

The English national team threatens to leave the game if players are subjected to racism. SVT Sports expert Daniel Nannskog talks about his own experiences of being exposed to racism. - It will be a blow to the heart, he says in SVT's Morning Studio



Nannskog who was active around 20 years ago thinks it was worse in his time.

- For me it was worse in the past. I myself have participated in ap sounds. The thing that hurts is if there are several, if it is a 15-20 number that screams it. If it is a fool who screams out "fucking negroes" you can brush it off but if you feel it is a group that stands together and makes these aplenty, that's when it takes place properly, says Nannskog.

- Then something is fucking crazy. It will be a slap in the heart. On the pitch I tried to turn it to go instead: "I'll show them-feeling". I wanted to put them in place. It would have an opposite effect for them, says Nannskog about the strategy he developed.

"Did I know I would hear something"

At the World Cup finals in Russia last year, Jimmy Durmaz suffered a hate storm with a racist tone on the net.

- I think it's much better in Sweden. I played in 1996 and 1997-98 I felt it could happen and it was almost like before certain matches, I should not mention any teams, so I knew I would hear something, says Nannskog.

England Championship qualifiers away against Bulgaria, punished for racism, in the European qualifiers tomorrow night. Sweden receives Spain on Friends.

Source: svt

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