Saturday, December 09, 2006

Stories *

This has happened following this complaint following this match. Why did they complain? If he didn't make any racist comments, then why aren't Ferdinand and Richards facing an inquiry into their malicious allegations. The three players involved cannot all be right or wrong!

Anyway, fuck that, I'm off to watch the Manc derby in the pub and then have a curry and plenty of drinks with JJ.

* Hanson



Blogger Yorkshire Pudding said...

Somebody should write a poem about that young German player - plenty of rhyming opportunities. Seriously though - that racist card is a facile, lowlife card to pull and some black or mixed race citizens are all too ready to play it - not just prima donna fotballers. We very rarely if ever hear of coloured players being charged with racist remarks against whites.

8:23 pm  
Blogger cookie monster said...

as much as i siuspect im probably not judged as being worthy of reproaching the might Pudding, the term 'coloured' is incredibally offensive, neaqrly as bad as nigger or coon.

but i also agree that some black or asian or whatever other minorty group often use the dicrimination thing to excuse whatever bad behaviour they have been exhibiting. if Ferdinand and Richards are proven to be wrong then they should face a hefty FIFA charge or itll send out the wrong message.

4:30 pm  
Blogger Reidski said...

YP and cookie - it must be awful to be accused of anything which you didn't do. Malicious allegations of any sort are just that - malicious - and should be dealt with whether in football or society in general.

And I'm not even suggesting that Ferdinand and Richards are necessarily liars because, if they are telling the truth, then it shows that UEFA are not really serious about tackling racism.

6:03 pm  

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