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>> No. 4917 Anonymous
30th July 2013
Tuesday 6:01 pm
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Sounds like the knob-jockeys need to man up.

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2013/jul/30/liverpool-unacceptable-words-discrimination
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>> No. 8746 Anonymous
29th October 2018
Monday 8:06 pm
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>>8744
But you got that picture from the Mail article about how no one cared, so no, it isn't.

Could we not turn .gs into "repost any old from the DM.com", lads?
>> No. 8753 Anonymous
24th November 2018
Saturday 8:29 pm
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River Plate fans pelting the Boca Juniors coach with rocks before the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNTA0BKoWwI

https://twitter.com/clarincom/status/1066412466039635968/video/1

Apparently there's players with glass in their eyes and the military are having to guard the stadium because of people fighting the staff there to get in without a ticket. You can always rely on the South Americans to go apeshit over football.
>> No. 8756 Anonymous
9th December 2018
Sunday 10:55 pm
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Is the man in blue saying "fucking black cunt" or not? I can't tell.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSr_7ExwrPU
>> No. 8757 Anonymous
9th December 2018
Sunday 11:26 pm
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>>8756
Looks a lot like it - and in any event, all three look like fucking cunts and behaviour like that should be removed from stadia. You wouldn't get away with behaving like that in the street and I don't see how it is any "part of the game".
>> No. 8758 Anonymous
11th December 2018
Tuesday 6:56 am
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>A football fan accused of racially abusing England star Raheem Sterling apologised for his behaviour last night. Colin Wing, 60, was caught on camera hurling insults at the Manchester City player in a Premier League match at Chelsea on Saturday. Footage appeared to show him calling Sterling a ‘fucking black cunt’ while other Chelsea fans shouted non-racial abuse.

>Mr Wing said: ‘I’m deeply ashamed by my own behaviour and I feel really bad. But I didn’t call him a black cunt, I called him a Manc cunt. Nobody around me said they heard anything. I want to apologise unreservedly to Raheem and hope he can be a better man than I am by accepting it. I offer him an unreserved apology. Even if it wasn’t racist, it’s not right what I said. Even the swearing is bad – but I got carried away. I was completely out of order, but I’ve lost my job and my season ticket now so everybody’s got what they wanted. So why can’t they leave me alone?’

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6481297/Chelsea-fan-accused-racially-abusing-Sterling-says-called-MANC-c-not-black-one.html

Woe is me.
>> No. 8759 Anonymous
11th December 2018
Tuesday 11:33 am
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>>8758
Cor blimey, a £500,000 house.
>> No. 8760 Anonymous
11th December 2018
Tuesday 11:48 am
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>>8758
What's the world coming to when you can't insult a millionaire footballer without losing your job?
>> No. 8761 Anonymous
11th December 2018
Tuesday 12:41 pm
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>>8759

That'll almost get you a third bedroom in Beckenham.
>> No. 8762 Anonymous
11th December 2018
Tuesday 1:40 pm
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>>8760
His mistake was not comparing the footballer to a soldier.
>> No. 8763 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 12:12 am
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>>8758
>So why can’t they leave me alone?

What a prick. Why does a 60 year old dude go and do that?
>> No. 8764 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 7:25 am
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>>8763
Chelsea fans aren't known for being a bastion of tolerance. Speaking of which...

>A CHELSEA fan who screamed abuse at Raheem Sterling previously defended Blues supporters who shoved a black man off a train and sang racist songs, The Sun Online can reveal.

>Colin Wing, 60, was caught on camera screaming from the stands at England ace Sterling during Saturday's Premier League clash with Manchester City. The 60-year-old dad-of-two admitted he was the fan filmed hurling abuse at England winger Sterling but denied he yelled racist comments.

>The Sun Online can today reveal Mr Wing previously defended Chelsea fans who pushed a black man off a Metro train before a match against Paris Saint-Germain in 2015, saying: "It's not illegal to be racist". The BT manager was posting on a Facebook thread linked to a story about a group of Chelsea fans who stopped Souleymane Sylla getting onto a train, before the group began singing: "we're racist, we're racist, and that's the way we like it".

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/7950209/chelsea-colin-wing-abuse-raheem-sterling-black-man/
>> No. 8765 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 8:16 pm
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>>8764
Londoner cunt!

But more seriously, I've very little sympathy for him. Losing his job sounds like it's over the top, but if you consider the position of the company employing him, would you really want "notorious racist, Mr Wing, Colin" to be doing... well quite honestly I don't know what a BT manager does, but it probably involves interacting with other people and I'm not sure you can command much respect outside of the DFLA after what he did.

It's not illegal to be racist, but it does have repercussions, and a lot of the more involved aspects of dolphin rape are actually illegal. It's a bit like being a prostitute; you can stage the occasional demo, but otherwise you do it on your tod and indoors.
>> No. 8766 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 10:23 pm
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>>8765
>Losing his job sounds like it's over the top
It sounds like it because it is.

>but if you consider the position of the company employing him, would you really want "notorious racist, Mr Wing, Colin"
Does it affect his ability to do the job? Does this one person affect the position of the company as a whole? Do you even want those people who do take offence at employing a random person they've never met but disagree with as customers?

I might not agree with his opinions, but he's been fired for daring to express them, and this notion that you somehow represent your employer during your off hours needs to fuck right off. It's an unwarranted intrusion on the right to a private life.
>> No. 8767 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 10:43 pm
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>>8766
>I might not agree with his opinions, but he's been fired for daring to express them

He was sacked for aggressively shouting during a football match when an opposition player was in the vicinity.
>> No. 8768 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 10:50 pm
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>>8767
>He was sacked for aggressively shouting during a football match when an opposition player was in the vicinity.
A football fan insulting an opposition player? How dare he. Where did he think he was, in the front row at a football ground or something?
>> No. 8769 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 10:53 pm
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>>8768
Yes, but he's a middle class white man and the player was a young black man. That makes it abhorrent, apparently.
>> No. 8770 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 11:09 pm
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>>8769

It is when he calls him a 'fucking black cunt'.
>> No. 8773 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 11:15 pm
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>>8766

>Does it affect his ability to do the job? Does this one person affect the position of the company as a whole? Do you even want those people who do take offence at employing a random person they've never met but disagree with as customers?

It'd be nice to live in your world, but in this one, people will tell BT they refuse to do business with them until the sack the racist etc. Even if they don't believe those likely empty threats, there's no reason at all for BT to stand by him when they can easily tell him to fuck off and never have to even think about it ever again.

If he'd called a kid sexy I bet you'd not be singing the same tune.
>> No. 8774 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 11:26 pm
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>>8770
A few media outlets have employed lip-readers and they've all backed up that he was saying 'fucking Manc cunt.' It's not an unheard of insult, although I've mainly seen it directed at Man Utd fans.
>> No. 8775 Anonymous
12th December 2018
Wednesday 11:31 pm
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>>8773


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_gp8rRX-C4
>> No. 8776 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 12:49 am
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>>8773
>but in this one, people will tell BT they refuse to do business with them until the sack the racist etc.
That's harassment and it's illegal. If something like that happened to me, the employer would be he headed straight for the tribunal and the small-minded busybodies that complained would be on the receiving end of a county court claim for harassment and interference.
>> No. 8777 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 12:54 am
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>>8774
Don't be soft. United fans aren't Mancs.
>> No. 8778 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 1:10 am
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>>8776
>That's harassment and it's illegal.

How is it "harassment" to refuse to do business with BT?
>> No. 8779 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 1:10 am
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Let me see if I've got this right. Man in football crowd exhibits behaviour expected from football crowd, and loses his job with the company broadcasting the match.
>> No. 8780 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 1:15 am
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>>8778
Because it's done with the intent to target the individual, not the company.
>> No. 8781 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 1:27 am
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>>8776

It probably isn't harassment as defined by the Protection from Harassment Act 1997, especially if the people complaining only contact BT once; it might be a malicious communication if the allegation is baseless.

Before you go to a tribunal, check your contract of employment. Being a racist in your own time probably constitutes gross misconduct by bringing the employer into disrepute. Such a contractual clause is almost certainly lawful (Post Office v Liddiard).
>> No. 8783 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 2:14 am
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>>8781
>It probably isn't harassment as defined by the Protection from Harassment Act 1997
I don't think anyone could seriously dispute that BT would not be under any obligation whatsoever to dismiss him (s.1(1A)(c)(ii)).

>especially if the people complaining only contact BT once
If 10 customers contact BT once each at around the same time over the same person, then that could be argued to constitute a course of action by 10 people consisting of 10 actions (s.7(3A)(a)), which easily passes the threshold of two actions against one person. Alternatively, a course of action can involve one action against two persons - in this case, directly against BT and indirectly against the individual (s.7(3)(b)). The fun part is that in some cases you don't have to prove intent or collaboration - if someone is complaining and could be reasonably expected to know they're not the only one complaining then they can be taken to be acting in concert with the other complainers (s.7(3A)(b)).

>Post Office v Liddiard
There are two points of distinction here. The first is that Mr Liddiard was not accused of having an opinion people don't like and shouting it a bit loudly. He was convicted for a violent armed assault on victims including a police officer. The second is that he passed the test on contributing to his own dismissal. The motivating factor was his arrest, conviction and imprisonment, not the media coverage. If you're doing something that isn't in any way illegal, then you can argue that the motivating factor was not your behaviour but the reaction of others.

Not that any of this really matters, since apparently it turns out that he's retired. However, he'd be well advised to consider action against the Mail, who effectively doxxed him by posting a photo of his home unredacted.
>> No. 8784 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 6:58 am
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He doesn't even work for BT. That was a previous job. Some other company has sacked him.
>> No. 8785 Anonymous
13th December 2018
Thursday 8:44 pm
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>Just five days on from the alleged dolphin rape directed at Raheem Sterling, Chelsea are at the eye of another discrimination storm after fans could be heard singing an anti-Semitic chant in Budapest. Only two minutes into their Europa League group match away at MOL Vidi, a sizeable group of the 1,273 Chelsea supporters began chanting abuse about "Yids".

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2018/12/13/chelsea-involved-race-row-fans-sing-anti-semitic-chant-budapest/
>> No. 8786 Anonymous
14th December 2018
Friday 2:18 am
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>>8785
Maybe the shit weather and god-awful pitch confused them, and they thought they were playing Spurs at Wembley.
>> No. 8787 Anonymous
7th January 2019
Monday 8:02 am
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>Yesterday evening I had a meal with my team mates and we had a group photograph. I waved and shouted at the person taking the picture to get on with it and at the same time put my hand over my mouth to make the sound carry. It’s been brought to my attention that frozen in a moment by the camera this looks like I am making a completely inappropriate type of salute. I can assure everyone I would never ever do that and any resemblance to that kind of gesture is absolutely coincidental.

https://twitter.com/WayneHennessey1/status/1082058860423192581

I wasn't making a Nazi salute. I was trying to make the sound carry. Honest.
>> No. 8788 Anonymous
7th January 2019
Monday 8:08 am
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>>8787

He wasn't imitating a pot plant then?

https://www.businessinsider.com/alex-wood-nazi-salute-or-phone-grab-2013-5?r=US&IR=T

>"I've looked carefully into this and spoken to Alex, and I believe him when he says that he was angrily trying to take a camera off his girlfriend who was annoyingly taking pictures of him in the pub imitating a pot plant," Farage writes.
>> No. 8789 Anonymous
7th January 2019
Monday 8:16 am
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>>8787

I don't know that you'd make the moustache with all four fingers.
>> No. 8790 Anonymous
7th January 2019
Monday 8:16 am
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>> No. 8791 Anonymous
7th January 2019
Monday 8:16 am
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>> No. 8792 Anonymous
11th January 2019
Friday 7:24 pm
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Derby County Football Club can confirm that officers from the Derbyshire Constabulary were called to the Derby County Training Centre at around 11:20am on Thursday 10th January 2019 following reports of a man acting suspiciously outside the premises.

It has since been confirmed to Derby County that the individual concerned is an employee of the footballing staff at Leeds United Football Club. The club is now in discussion with Leeds United club officials in relation to this incident. At this time no further comment will be made.


https://www.dcfc.co.uk/news/2019/01/club-statement-3
>> No. 8793 Anonymous
23rd January 2019
Wednesday 7:45 pm
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>>8787
>Wayne Hennessey: Crystal Palace goalkeeper charged for alleged Nazi salute

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46980752

It seems they haven't bought his excuse.
>> No. 8795 Anonymous
8th March 2019
Friday 6:50 pm
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All 28 current members of the United States women’s soccer team have filed a lawsuit against their own governing body alleging years of “institutionalized gender discrimination”. The team, who are the reigning world champions, are seeking equal pay with their male counterparts, who failed to reach the 2018 World Cup.

The lawsuit, which was filed in a federal court in Los Angeles on Friday, seeks equal pay and treatment, in addition to damages including back pay. The group, which includes some of the best players in the world such as Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan and Carli Lloyd, are also seeking compensation for any player who has appeared for the US since February 2015. If the lawsuit is successful it could cost the US Soccer Federation millions of dollars.

“Each of us is extremely proud to wear the United States jersey, and we also take seriously the responsibility that comes with that. We believe that fighting for gender equality in sports is a part of that responsibility. As players, we deserved to be paid equally for our work, regardless of our gender,” Morgan said in a statement.


https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/mar/08/usa-womens-team-sues-us-soccer-pay-equality

Americans.
>> No. 8796 Anonymous
9th March 2019
Saturday 1:57 pm
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The spoon burners are at it again, even their own CE is turning on them.

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11792/11659307/hibernian-chief-leeann-dempster-apologies-to-james-tavernier-after-fan-incident

I remember vividly in the 80s Hibs having the only "respected" firm in Scotland, the CCS, and they went on a reign of terror. My mate watched them lock a black man in a shed and set it on fire when he was 10 looking on from his bedroom window. This is tame in comparison, don't get me wrong, but the escalation in incidents of this type in Scotland makes me think the bad old days might be coming back around in the Scottish game with attacks on black players like this and people throwing bananas at players, making monkey sounds, throwing coins, bottles, etc.

Absolutely no excuse for this. I'm glad I made the switch to watching Ice Hockey last year, good riddance. At least the fighting at EIHL games is on the ice where it belongs.
>> No. 8797 Anonymous
25th March 2019
Monday 7:04 am
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FOOTIE PAEDO ADAM JOHNSON DRIVES HIS CAR, USING THE SAME FINGERS HE USED TO DIDDLE THAT LASS. THE SICKO. STRING HIM UP.
>> No. 8798 Anonymous
25th March 2019
Monday 2:49 pm
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>>8797
How is he allowed to drive a tricked out Range Rover after what he did? Where is the punishment?
>> No. 8799 Anonymous
25th March 2019
Monday 3:06 pm
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>>8798
I bet it's the same Range Rover he diddled her in. I bet it still smells of her underage fanny juice. I bet he drives around sniffing the lingering aroma from her fanny juice, getting off on her.
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31st March 2019
Sunday 8:24 am
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>> No. 8807 Anonymous
31st March 2019
Sunday 9:46 am
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>>8806>>8797
Okay, carpet-baggerlad, its not really satire if you just do a one-for-one impression of the tabloids.
>> No. 8808 Anonymous
31st March 2019
Sunday 4:54 pm
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Not really related but I wonder if I've gone on a list now.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOx22v5wCZI
>> No. 8809 Anonymous
31st March 2019
Sunday 5:50 pm
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>>8808
I prefer the original Kano over this hippity-hoopster malarkey.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnIKf1xyFa4
>> No. 8810 Anonymous
31st March 2019
Sunday 5:59 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPui_LrhtQQ
>> No. 8811 Anonymous
31st March 2019
Sunday 6:01 pm
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>>8810

I like both.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uftYUJ1ErM
>> No. 8812 Anonymous
31st March 2019
Sunday 6:02 pm
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>>8811


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DewJUC189Qc
>> No. 8815 Anonymous
16th April 2019
Tuesday 10:03 pm
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>>8787
Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey did not know what a Nazi salute was when he was charged with making the offensive gesture, says a Football Association panel. The charge was found not proven this month and Wales international Hennessey, 32, will face no punishment.

The regulatory commission has published its written reasons for the decision. It said Hennessey showed a "lamentable degree of ignorance" about Adolf Hitler, fascism and the Nazi regime.

Hennessey was pictured with his right arm in the air and left hand above his mouth in a photo posted on Instagram by German team-mate Max Meyer after Palace's FA Cup win over Grimsby on 5 January. Hennessey denied the charge and said any resemblance to the Nazi gesture was "absolutely coincidental".

The charge was found not proven after two members of the three-man panel believed the photograph had been "misinterpreted" and the other said the "only plausible explanation" was that Hennessey made the salute. Hennessey said "from the outset" of the hearing that he did not know what a Nazi salute was.

"Improbable as that may seem to those of us of an older generation, we do not reject that assertion as untrue," said the panel. "In fact, when cross-examined about this Mr Hennessey displayed a very considerable - one might even say lamentable - degree of ignorance about anything to do with Hitler, Fascism and the Nazi regime. Regrettable though it may be that anyone should be unaware of so important a part of our own and world history, we do not feel we should therefore find he was not telling the truth about this. All we would say (at the risk of sounding patronising) is that Mr Hennessey would be well advised to familiarise himself with events which continue to have great significance to those who live in a free country."


https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47946382

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