For a player of any category or nation, the whistles are part of a very present context in the playing rectangles.
It is a form of frequent contestation by the fans, especially in a period of crisis of results or lack of play. The whistles are often also aimed at the so-called “traitors” footballers , a very recent example may be Higuain , who passed from Napoli to Juventus with so many rumors; the phenomenon happened to Ronaldo , who moved to Milan after the years spent at Inter .
In recent times, strong boos have been addressed to some players when they wear the jersey of their national team. Grumbles and criticisms not for the lack of commitment on the pitch but disapproval linked to the very fact of wearing that specific shirt.
A very current case linked to the German striker, Timo Werner . The central striker of the German national team, with six goals scored in the last five appearances for the German national team, is punctually teased by the German supporters as soon as he enters the field.
The simple reason . The young footballer born in 1996 is guilty of having moved to RasenBall Leipzig from Stuttgart . TheRB Leipzig is one of the most hated teams in Germany due to the club’s ownership in the hands of Red Bull . And a team that, for purists, does not represent the integrity of German football because it was created from scratch, without a past and tradition. In short, made of tin. Werner made the decision to leave Stuttgart (his hometown team) in 2016 to join the country’s most hated club.
Paradoxical, then, to know that the young striker also suffers from a hearing problem: it seems that the noise and therefore also the din of the hottest stadiums in Europe creates physical discomfort that does not allow him to play. In the Champions League, in September 2017, Leipzig played away against Besiktas, a Turkish team with one of the hottest supporters. Wernen, despite having tried to play with earplugs, was replaced due to an illness that accused him of breathing and circulation problems.
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But whistles don’t just tease Timo. Similar fate happened to the Brazilian but with a Spanish passport, Diego Costa . The current Chelsea striker, after the amazing seasons in Madrid side Atletico, in front of the national crossroads Brazil – Spain, has chosen to marry with the Red Furies . The unexciting performances certainly did not help the striker to find a feeling with the Iberian national team and his former Brazilian fans laughed at him. Indeed, since his first appearances, Diego Costa has been inundated with boos from Brazilian fans in the stands as well as insults with the invitation to stay inSpain and deny its origins.
There was also a case of this kind for a player of the Italian national team. The protagonist in question is the Italian-Brazilian , Thiago Motta . During the 2014 World Cup in Brazil he was literally immersed in boos from his former compatriots. The Paris Saint Germain midfielder has never addressed poisonous words towards his native country, he has simply stressed several times that he feels Italian and therefore honored to wear the blue shirt . The boos didn’t hit him that much, “I feel Italian and so it’s okay!” Motta reiterated several times.