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"Barcelona accepts that the perpetrators of these insults are in no way connected to Villarreal and we value very positively the support the club offered to our Adidas Crazyquick Basketball Shoes For Sale
"We are all monkeys, we are all the same, say no to racism," Alves's Barca and Brazil teammate Neymar wrote on his Twitter feed with a picture of him holding a peeled banana, one of a number of high profile players who expressed their support in a similar fashion.
Angel Maria Villar, president of the Spanish soccer federation (RFEF) and a UEFA Adidas All Star Pharrell
Alves, who has previously taken a stand against racism at matches in Spain, grabbed the banana thrown in front of him on to the pitch, quickly peeled it and took a bite before tossing away the skin and completing the kick.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi even got in on the act, pointedly munching a banana along with Italy coach Cesare Prandelli to show their backing for Alves.
European soccer has long been blighted by racist incidents involving fans and their leagues criticised for not doing enough to stamp them out.
They also thanked Villarreal for immediately condemning Adidas Climacool Trainers Purple
Alves complained of abuse last year after being taunted by monkey chants from sections of the crowd during a King's Cup semi final at Real Madrid and labelled Spain's efforts to tackle the problem a "lost war".
"The club's immediate condemnation of the incidents is a step in the right direction to firstly isolate and then eradicate completely from the sporting arena this kind of behaviour."
and FIFA vice president, made a brief comment on the incident on Monday, saying "Spanish football is against racism and xenophobia".
UEFA has been running a high profile campaign to try to counter racist behaviour and promote respect.
Villarreal said they had identified the culprit, whom they did not name, and had withdrawn their membership and banned them from the stadium for life.
They also expressed their "absolute condemnation" of any act that violated those principles, such as "violence, discrimination, racism or xenophobia".
Alves supported over banana incident
Barcelona, a host of fellow players and even the Italian prime minister have backed Daniel Alves after he produced a clever riposte to a racist taunt involving a banana when taking a corner Blue Adidas Climacool during Sunday's La Liga game at Villarreal.
Barca earlier pledged their "complete support and solidarity" with the player and referred to "insults he was subject to from a section of the crowd".
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