With regard to the FA, I understand the process that you have to carry out to prosecute any accusation of racism, in fact I am totally in favor of any persecution to eliminate this scourge of racism in sport, however I want to say that these 5 months have been most difficult of my professional career, and I don’t feel at all that the guilty verdict is a reflection of what really happened.I am sure that my family, friends, colleagues and technical bodies with whom I have worked all these years in my professional career know that I would NEVER use words with racist meaning and connotations, and that my respectful behavior towards the rival since I started my career has Always been honest and with the maximum fairplay.Finally, to thank the club, Leeds United, for the support received this time and in this process, and without any doubt thank you for the support I receive week by week of this incredible hobby that is what makes me feel stronger in complicated moments. “ Kiko Casilla has responded to the FA, in a statement insisting on her innocence. The goalkeeper, accused of racist insults, faces a penalty of eight matches and almost 70,000 euros fine. Therefore, he wanted to share with his followers a note to defend themselves and punish all types of discrimination in football, sports and society. “I feel sad and devastated. (…) I would NEVER use words with meaning and racist connotations, “writes the former Real Madrid in his social network. This is the full statement:“I feel sad and devastated for having been convicted of making a racist comment during the game last September against Charlton.First of all I want to make it clear and very blunt that racism should not be tolerated in football, in sports, nor has a place in our society.