表題の件。簡単に説明すれば、こんな感じ。
  • 日韓戦でゴールを決めた韓国のキ・ソンヨン選手がセレブレーションで猿の真似のパフォーマンス
  • 「旭日旗が競技場にあったのをみてカッとなってやった。反省はしていない」的なコメント
  • 人種差別であるとしてFIFAが処罰を検討
  • ごめんさっきの嘘。スコットランドで自分が散々やられてたんで、その意趣返し
  • タブロイド紙「だから許されるとでも思ってんの?」 ← イマココ


個人的には割とどうでもいい話だと思っていて、本気でスコットランドを糾弾したいならやればいいし、
中途半端にやるんだったらいつも通り日本人のせいにしておけばよいのになぁと思ったりしています。
どっちにしたって、「キ・ソンヨンってバカなヤツだったんだなぁ」と言うだけの話なので。


才能溢れる選手がただ知性が足りなかったと言うだけで将来を損なうのは、何かとても残念だなー


一応追記に、ソースなどを。

キ・ソンヨンによる猿の真似のパフォーマンス




イングランド大衆紙「ザ・サン」、スコットランド地方版の記事

Celtic star Ki sparked fury by imitating a monkey when he scored for South Korea against Japan in the Asian Cup this week.

(略)

Ki explained: "The sight of those flags in the stand broke my heart. Sometimes being Korean is more important than being a football player."

But he later changed his story and insisted he was having a pop at SPL supporters.The 21-year-old said: "That performance was not directed at Japanese people. When I play at Celtic, our opponents' fans call me a monkey and the celebration was towards people who make such racist remarks."
 

掲載が一番早かったのかな。内容はかなり批判的だけど、タブロイド紙だからなぁ。



探したら、高級紙でも取り上げられてた。

イングランド高級紙「テレグラフ」

The South Korea player sparked outrage when he apparently impersonated a monkey after scoring against Japan in their semi-final, which his side lost on penalties. Japanese media felt he was mocking his opponents.

However, the Japanese Football Association have accepted Ki's claim that he was trying to draw attention to the abuse that the 22 year-old has suffered at away games since joining Celtic a year ago.

It is understood that one such incident is alleged to have taken place in a match at St Johnstone earlier this season. St Johnstone said they would investigate the claims.

"The treatment he got from the Scottish league, the people who made noises like the sound of the monkeys in Scotland when he played away games, that is something he wanted to highlight," said the Korea Football Association.

"Even though they call him a monkey as an Asian, he wanted to show how strong they are in Asia."

The Asian Football Confederation also accepted the explanation. "We are aware of the goal celebration but we don't think it impacts on any country," said AFC tournament director Tokuaki Suzuki.

"The issue has been resolved after communication between the Japan Football Association and the Korea Football Association. AFC will not take any legal action in this matter."
 

簡単に言えば、
  • キ・ソンヨンの日本人に対する侮蔑的なパフォーマンスが日本のメディアで批判されている
  • 但し日本サッカー協会はキ・ソンヨンの「スコットランドで受けた差別的なブーイングを糾弾したかった」という言い訳を受け入れるつもり
  • 韓国サッカー協会「確かにスコットランドリーグでのアウェイゲームでそういうブーイングを受けたことはあったようだ」「アジア人と言うだけで彼を猿と呼んでいるが、韓国はアジアでは強いんだと示したかったんだろう」
  • アジアサッカー連盟はこの件には関与しないので、日本サッカー協会と韓国サッカー協会の間で話し合って貰いたい

ざっくり言うと若気の至り、って感じ?
デイリーメールもほぼ同じ内容



スコットランドで最も部数の多い高級紙「The Press and Journal」。

Meanwhile, the Asian Football Confederation confirmed it will take no action against Celtic player Ki Sung-yeung's perceived racist celebration following his goal for South Korea against Japan in Tuesday's Asian Cup semi-final.

Ki claimed his intention was to highlight abuse in Scottish football. Ki opened the scoring from the spot at Al Gharafa Stadium and cele-brated by appearing to impersonate a monkey in an apparent derogatory reference to Japanese people -- which outraged sections of the country's media.

However, the Celtic midfielder claimed he was trying to hit back against abuse suffered while playing in Scotland.

South Korea eventually lost on penalties to their regional rivals after the last-four encounter finished 2-2.

A South Korea Football Association spokesman said: "The treatment he got from the Scottish league, especially in the away games, the people who made noises like the sound of the monkeys in Scotland when he played away games, that is something he wanted to highlight."
 

話のついでに「そういえばこんなこともあったよ」程度の扱い。
事実関係の記述のみで事態については静観って感じ。



ま、その程度の話なんだろうと思うよ。うん。
(FIFAから何らかの処罰があるにしてもね)
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