Kick Racism Out of Football

Discussion in 'football' started by Gromit, May 8, 2011.

  1. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member

  2. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member

  3. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member

  4. Athos

    Athos Well-Known Member

    £10,000 is ridiculous. Make it a sum that hurts and the club (and other supporters) will stamp it out.
     
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  5. The39thStep

    The39thStep Well-Known Member

    All the more reason to build FLAF
     
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  6. editor

    editor hiraethified

    These racist scumbags probably feel empowered with the rise of UKIP, the Empire-yearning Brexit boneheads, Trump and the far right in the UK and (just about) everywhere else. Let's hope this kind of shit keeps getting reported for the unpalatable moronic behaviour that it is. The fucking twats.
     
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  7. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member

  8. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member

  9. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member

  10. roger smith

    roger smith New Member

    A senior manager at Lloyds Bank HQ Bristol, TEXT ‘Kompany and Fernandhino are black c*nts’ (adjusted for decency). The recipients of the TEXT forwarded to Lloyds Bank who took no action, inferring they accept racism from their employee Michael Huke, contrary to the Company’s anti-racist declaration.
     
  11. alsoknownas

    alsoknownas some bloke

    Those No Room For Racism balls in use today are fly as fuck. Anyone see a link to buy one?
     
  12. mx wcfc

    mx wcfc Well-Known Member

  13. tonysingh

    tonysingh Random Clever and Witty Strapline

  14. Athos

    Athos Well-Known Member

    Fair play top both teams and managers. More need to do this.
     
  15. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member


    Raheem Sterling leads support for Haringey Borough after 'racist abuse' marred FA Cup tie

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    Douglas Pajetat of Haringey Borough during the Emirates FA Cup match between Haringey Borough and Yeovil Town at Coles Park Stadium in Tottenham on Saturday. It is understood that Pajetat was the player racially abused by visiting Yeovil Town fans

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    Valery Pajetat of Haringey Borough with traveling Yeovil Town supporters following the racial abuse

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    Coby Rowe of Haringey Borough is restrained by a team mate and a member of the safety staff following the racial abuse from travelling Yeovil Town supporters aimed at Valery Pajetat of Haringey Borough

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    Haringey Borough and Yeovil Town players return to the dressing rooms following the racial abuse
     
  16. hash tag

    hash tag member

  17. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    It's (mildly) interesting that it happened at this level; wanky speculation, but maybe lower stakes, not for the players or fans, but cumulatively in terms of vested interests, not as many pressures from outside in terms of sponsors, etc.

    Would be great if it shamed more high profile teams to do the same.

    And, of course, it remains a travesty that anyone has to take this stand in the first place. But yeah, well done to those that did.
     
  18. Athos

    Athos Well-Known Member

    Quite possibly. Though I don't go to many Premiership games, so not sure how much it happens there?

    But, if both teams were united in walking off where and whenever it happened, other fans would stamp it out, I think. (Games resumed with same score, time left, and players (excepting injury) behind closed doors a later date.)

    Backed up by really serious efforts to identify ban and criminality prosecute offenders. With clubs who fail to do so facing really serious sanctions e.g. points deductions.
     
  19. Athos

    Athos Well-Known Member

    editor, can this thread be merged with the one about the Haringey incident, please?
     
  20. GarveyLives

    GarveyLives Well-Known Member

     

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