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 Post subject: Racism : Kick It Out
PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 10:38 am 
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Sad to see a handful of so called Chelsea supporters discgraced themselves with a racist song about Mo Salah last night. At least they have been caught on video and one can hope lengthy bans are handed out.


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Sad to see a handful of so called Chelsea supporters discgraced themselves with a racist song about Mo Salah last night. At least they have been caught on video and one can hope lengthy bans are handed out.



Chelsea have had the worst supporters in regard to racist chants for a number of years now, a pity because they used to be a good crowd when they weren't owned by a Russian Billionaire.

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Sad to see a handful of so called Chelsea supporters discgraced themselves with a racist song about Mo Salah last night. At least they have been caught on video and one can hope lengthy bans are handed out.



Chelsea have had the worst supporters in regard to racist chants for a number of years now, a pity because they used to be a good crowd when they weren't owned by a Russian Billionaire.


Really? So new owner comes along and suddenly supporters turn feral?

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ozzie owl wrote:
Sad to see a handful of so called Chelsea supporters discgraced themselves with a racist song about Mo Salah last night. At least they have been caught on video and one can hope lengthy bans are handed out.



Chelsea have had the worst supporters in regard to racist chants for a number of years now, a pity because they used to be a good crowd when they weren't owned by a Russian Billionaire.


Really? So new owner comes along and suddenly supporters turn feral?



Their crowds grew substantially and attracted a number of racists and ratbags who were attracted to the wider media coverage that resulted.

That generally happens to most clubs who suddenly become successful and is not the fault of the Joe Bloggs regular supporter, they just get painted with the same brush.

Man City went through a similar trend when they were first taken over by the Sheiks.

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Old Master wrote:
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Sad to see a handful of so called Chelsea supporters discgraced themselves with a racist song about Mo Salah last night. At least they have been caught on video and one can hope lengthy bans are handed out.



Chelsea have had the worst supporters in regard to racist chants for a number of years now, a pity because they used to be a good crowd when they weren't owned by a Russian Billionaire.


rubbish! they had a big NF follwing in the 80s, i am not getting into the worst club etc, bur Chelsea have history going way back.


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See a Gunners under investigation after incident at the Napoli game .

Lique 1 game was stopped following an incident .


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How’s that investigation into sexual harassment by the Kick It Out hierarchy going? Sorry alleged harassment, innocent until proven guilty and all that


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How’s that investigation into sexual harassment by the Kick It Out hierarchy going? Sorry alleged harassment, innocent until proven guilty and all that


Hasn’t kick it out been disbanded?€


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Now we have some so called West Ham supporters in trouble over racism

Chelsea supporters even racially abusing their own supporters ..


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Yes ban the racists- but a certain forumite on here continues to call us Scots 'sweaties'. Not bad coming from a 'smelling fish'! :D
If you wish to use Cockney rhyming slang by degrading people that's fine but I am more than happy to return the compliment.


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Yes ban the racists- but a certain forumite on here continues to call us Scots 'sweaties'. Not bad coming from a 'smelling fish'! :D
If you wish to use Cockney rhyming slang by degrading people that's fine but I am more than happy to return the compliment.

Do you find the term Jock pejorative, that’s all that sweaty means? No different to Pom.

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Jock on it's own I don't find insulting but sweaty is obviously a slur no matter what way you look at it. I much prefer the word 'Scot' but you are entitled to call us what you 'see fit'.


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They make Millwall supporters look like angels...


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With the amount of alcohol sculled down during games,events like these are expected.What a sober man holds back,a drunkard vents into the open.


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thebeautifulgame wrote:
Jock on it's own I don't find insulting but sweaty is obviously a slur no matter what way you look at it. I much prefer the word 'Scot' but you are entitled to call us what you 'see fit'.

You should be more upset if someone calls you a berk :wink:

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now its Ashley youngs turn,by man utds so called fans for petes sake. disappointment is one thing but to do what some did is inexcusable. to get done by a good side who were better on the day is NOT a reason to turn feral. shame on the stupid idiots. :o :shock: :oops:


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Nice One Cyril wrote:
thebeautifulgame wrote:
Jock on it's own I don't find insulting but sweaty is obviously a slur no matter what way you look at it. I much prefer the word 'Scot' but you are entitled to call us what you 'see fit'.

You should be more upset if someone calls you a berk :wink:


Thought that being called a 'jerk' wasn't too bad until I looked it up, would appear it is something quite different and rhymes with James Hunt! :lol:


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Chelsea have had the worst supporters in regard to racist chants for a number of years now, a pity because they used to be a good crowd when they weren't owned by a Russian Billionaire.



Can we hear when all these racist events have happened?

You are rigjt though, Chelsea have got worse. They never had this problem in the 70/80's. :lol:

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thebeautifulgame wrote:
Yes ban the racists- but a certain forumite on here continues to call us Scots 'sweaties'. Not bad coming from a 'smelling fish'! :D
If you wish to use Cockney rhyming slang by degrading people that's fine but I am more than happy to return the compliment.


Silly sweaty. I fail to see how you scotch can find that racist.

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Now Rangers in trouble over racist chants at a Europe League match and punished by UEFA l


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What were they singing? What constitutes 'sectarian singing'?


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A group of Inter Milan fans claim Cagliari supporters were showing Romelu Lukaku a form of "respect" when they aimed monkey chants at him on Sunday.

Are they serious ?


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ozzie owl wrote:
A group of Inter Milan fans claim Cagliari supporters were showing Romelu Lukaku a form of "respect" when they aimed monkey chants at him on Sunday.

Are they serious ?


They were gorilla chants, molto rispetto :wink:

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
A group of Inter Milan fans claim Cagliari supporters were showing Romelu Lukaku a form of "respect" when they aimed monkey chants at him on Sunday.

Are they serious ?


They were gorilla chants, molto rispetto :wink:


I wonder if Grosso will condemn their behaviour?


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Nice One Cyril wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
A group of Inter Milan fans claim Cagliari supporters were showing Romelu Lukaku a form of "respect" when they aimed monkey chants at him on Sunday.

Are they serious ?


They were gorilla chants, molto rispetto :wink:



Disgusting, but sadly it happens everywhere in Serie A.
Napoli Defender Koulabily was subject to racial abuse in october 2018 from Juventus supporters and again from Inter supporters in December.

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Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has called for "education and respect" after Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly suffered racist abuse on Wednesday during his side's clash with Inter Milan.

Koulibaly and his manager, Carlo Ancelotti, both commented following Napoli's 1-0 loss to Inter in Serie A at the San Siro. The Napoli defender was sent off during the game after picking up two yellow cards.

On Thursday, Ronaldo took to social media to post the following image:

In his own social media post, Koulibaly wrote, "I am proud of the colour of my skin. Proud to be French, Senegalese, Neapolitan: a man,"
Ancelotti told reporters he sought to get the match suspended three times to no avail, and he added a repeat of the incident in the future could see the team walk off the pitch.

"Koulibaly was certainly irritable," he said. "Usually, he is very calm and professional, but he was subjected to monkey noises throughout the game. We asked three times for some action to be taken, but the match continued. ...They’ll probably make us lose the game if we walk off, but we are prepared to do it."

Koulibaly was subject to racist abuse from Juventus supporters in October. As a result, the Italian champions had to close part of their ground for their game with Genoa, per Taiye Taiwo of Goal.

Carlo Garganese of Goal is worried by the amount of similar incidents happening in the modern game:
Koulibaly has established himself as one of the best defenders in world football during his time at Napoli. He was key in the Partenopei pushing Juventus so close in the race for the title last term and has recently been linked with a £90 million move to Manchester United, per Duncan Castles of the Sunday Times.

Ronaldo only arrived in Serie A in the summer but has made a major impression at Juventus already. He came off the bench against Atalanta in a 2-2 draw on Boxing Day to score his 12th goal of the Italian top-flight season.


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ozzie owl wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
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A group of Inter Milan fans claim Cagliari supporters were showing Romelu Lukaku a form of "respect" when they aimed monkey chants at him on Sunday.

Are they serious ?


They were gorilla chants, molto rispetto :wink:


I wonder if Grosso will condemn their behaviour?


No, he'll go missing for a while. That's his style. Just have to wait for an Aussie to fart in the wrong direction before he'll pipe up again.....

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See an Italian TV pundit banned for racist remark ..... more fake news Grosso ?


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predrag wrote:
With the amount of alcohol sculled down during games,events like these are expected.What a sober man holds back,a drunkard vents into the open.


Last time I went to the Premier League you couldn't buy alcohol during the game, except in the Corporate Area has this changed?


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Knightsmulti wrote:
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With the amount of alcohol sculled down during games,events like these are expected.What a sober man holds back,a drunkard vents into the open.


Last time I went to the Premier League you couldn't buy alcohol during the game, except in the Corporate Area has this changed?



Most grounds allow it but you cannot have a beer in am area where you can see the game. Exec boxes are allowed as long as you're behind the glass.

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Knightsmulti wrote:
predrag wrote:
With the amount of alcohol sculled down during games,events like these are expected.What a sober man holds back,a drunkard vents into the open.


Last time I went to the Premier League you couldn't buy alcohol during the game, except in the Corporate Area has this changed?


At the Fulham v Burnley game we went to this time last year you could buy beer you just couldn’t bring it to your seat . We are in the neutral area next to the Burnley fans , and there were a lot of bulk buys and last minute skulls going on next to us.


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