Author Topic: Racial abuse in football  (Read 532 times)

celeste

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St Chads Lad

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Re: Racial abuse in football
« Reply #1 on: 12:13:05, 03/06/21 »
A significant number of people in the crowd at last night's England game boo'd when the team knelt prior to kick off, the media and usual suspects are calling them out for being racist despite the fact tha the act is inextricably linked to the BLM scum who's agenda is purely political, there were 8,000 people in that stadium, imagine the volume of dissent when there is 40-50,000 spectators.
  Piers Morgan, the big mouth know it all is suggesting that players walk off if there are further episodes of such behaviour, he and other wokies seem to forget that without the punters these millionaire virtue signallers wouldn't enjoy their privileged existence, black or white.
  The booing has occurred at several games, it's not racist, people don't want politics in their sport. If this narrative carries on football will go the way of labour, they also accuse people of racism if they don't conform.

celeste

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Re: Racial abuse in football
« Reply #2 on: 14:14:28, 03/06/21 »
It's not racist  imo,  most of the crowd - if not all - want to get on with the game - how long must this go on as it's in danger of becoming a drama and detracting from the event?  :(
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Re: Racial abuse in football
« Reply #3 on: 22:59:02, 05/06/21 »
Marcus Rashford: Manchester United striker highlights racial abuse after Europa League loss - BBC Sport


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Assuming it's actually true, of course.


For some reason, I find myself loving the non-League game more and more these days.


 

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