QPR chief govt Lee Hoos says allegations of racist abuse towards his membership’s avid gamers have been “swept under the carpet” by Uefa and Fifa.
Hoos says the Championship membership are serene observing for a reputation 10 weeks after their Under-18s side walked off the self-discipline all of the plan during which through a sport in Spain.
It’s alleged that avid gamers from AD Nervion racially abused QPR avid gamers all of the plan during which through the pleasant on eight August.
QPR say they first and predominant reported the incident to Fifa on 15 August.
“There have been a considerable amount of folks inside the game who warned me on the time that this location might presumably be swept under the carpet and I am appalled to peep this seems to be the case,” Hoos acknowledged in an announcement.
“I am disgusted, embarrassed and dismayed to call them our governing our bodies after they’re incapable of governing.”
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The membership acknowledged that statements have been submitted to Fifa on 23 August as Uefa first and predominant acknowledged it was open air their jurisdiction.
Rangers say world governing physique Fifa took seven weeks to confirm receipt of the membership’s criticism previous to passing it once more to European governing physique Uefa on 9 October.
Hoos’ feedback advance a day after Bulgaria have been ordered to play two video games within the once more of closed doorways and fined 75,000 euros (£65,000) after racist chants all of the plan during which through a European Championship qualifier in Sofia on 14 October.
“Uefa personal dealt with this one location of blatant racism nonetheless each Fifa and Uefa appear to dwelling complaints about racism like a criticism a couple of damaged seat in a stadium,” Hoos added.
“I am left puzzled, pissed off and very contaminated that further than 10 weeks after we lodged our criticism of racism, we’re serene observing for a reputation.
“Extremely, regardless of the seriousness of this location, it took seven weeks and the private intervention of Greg Clarke – the chairman of the FA and vice-chairman of Fifa – to win a response from Fifa.”
The BBC has approached Uefa and Fifa for a response to the claims.