FIFA investigate racist insults to Rio Ferdinand and his brother Anton Ferdinand of 3,000 English fans.
Organization Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) filed a complaint with FIFA against the English fans who insulted his brothers Rio and Anton Ferdinand during a match of the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino.
FIFA said it would investigate the matter. "We received signal racist insults directed at Rio Ferdinand and his brother," said the FIFA.
Footballer of the "Manchester United" Rio Ferdinand angered fans with his decision to opt out of the match with San Marino and Montenegro, and then went to Qatar to work as a television analyst for the games.
Around 3000 England fans went to San Marino and sang songs all together, which said that the brothers should be burned at the stake. In FARE suggest that song was racist nuances.
"Although we are not watching the match, received evidence, including comments in the media that sent FIFA," said the executive director of FARE PR Pouar.