England - the future....

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Re: England - the future....

by 6ft Kerplunk » 03 Jun 2021 15:12

All he did was accidently step into an opposing player and shoulder him in the head, could've happened to any player that happened to be deliberately stepping into a player so they could shoulder them in the head.

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Re: England - the future....

by karbota » 03 Jun 2021 17:54

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Do you have a problem with black players playing for England? Some of them have had to put up with abuse because of the colour of their skin. Do you support them in wanting such abuse to end?


did they get booed?

I didn't watch the game


Yep when they took the knee


Yes, of course, they all got LOUDLY booed and rightly so, BLM political gestures within sport must never ever be tolerated.

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Re: England - the future....

by karbota » 03 Jun 2021 17:57

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NathStPaul Ah I knew your racist brain couldn't hold off for long! You're a thick, uneducated moron.


So you didn't watch the game?

Go fcuk yourself you racist piece of garbage.


So, Nath, you didn't watch the game?

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Re: England - the future....

by Zip » 03 Jun 2021 18:04

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did they get booed?

I didn't watch the game


Yep when they took the knee


Yes, of course, they all got LOUDLY booed and rightly so, BLM political gestures within sport must never ever be tolerated.


Are you going to answer my questions then?

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Re: England - the future....

by URZZZZ » 03 Jun 2021 18:33

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Yep when they took the knee


Yes, of course, they all got LOUDLY booed and rightly so, BLM political gestures within sport must never ever be tolerated.


Are you going to answer my questions then?


Don’t fall for the obvious bait!


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Re: England - the future....

by karbota » 03 Jun 2021 22:15

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Yes, of course, they all got LOUDLY booed and rightly so, BLM political gestures within sport must never ever be tolerated.


Are you going to answer my questions then?


Don’t fall for the obvious bait!


Who, what bait?.

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Re: England - the future....

by karbota » 04 Jun 2021 08:37

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Lingard? I thought he wasn't picked?


That was an awful selection awful game, and with Southgate taking the knee! just feckin awful.


Do you have a problem with black players playing for England? Some of them have had to put up with abuse because of the colour of their skin. Do you support them in wanting such abuse to end?


No, but I do have a problem with a Marxist BLM political party infiltrating our game, sport and politics should not cross. I find it quite ironic that 83.06% of black homicides in England and Wales 2018-20 were committed by Black or Asian suspects. ( Latest Home office data).
All lives matter.
I support the "kick it out campaign", it has done a magnificent job in almost completely eradicating racist abuse in our game.

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Re: England - the future....

by Snowflake Royal » 04 Jun 2021 09:46

I'm sure racism being almost totally eradicated from our game is why most black players and many white ones are so determined to take a knee and show they oppose racism in football. And why so many of our black players regularly receive racial abuse.

Millionaire young men, well known for their marxist views.

Moron.

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Re: England - the future....

by Silver Fox » 04 Jun 2021 14:17

karbota I support the "kick it out campaign", it has done a magnificent job in almost completely eradicating racist abuse in our game.


Yep you never hear about players being racially abused every single day these days

You thick fvcking racist


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Re: England - the future....

by BR0B0T » 04 Jun 2021 15:11

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karbota I support the "kick it out campaign", it has done a magnificent job in almost completely eradicating racist abuse in our game.


Yep you never hear about players being racially abused every single day these days

You thick fvcking racist


they should do something about that...

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Re: England - the future....

by Mr Angry » 04 Jun 2021 15:31

Mings should only play for England if there has been a horrendous bout of food poisioning in the camp, and there are only 11 fit players left in the squad.......even then, I would be tempted to start with 10 players, and have him on the subs bench.

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Re: England - the future....

by BR0B0T » 04 Jun 2021 16:00

Mr Angry Mings should only play for England if there has been a horrendous bout of food poisioning in the camp, and there are only 11 fit players left in the squad.......even then, I would be tempted to start with 10 players, and have him on the subs bench.


Mr Angry has done a joke!

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Re: England - the future....

by karbota » 04 Jun 2021 18:32

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karbota I support the "kick it out campaign", it has done a magnificent job in almost completely eradicating racist abuse in our game.


Yep you never hear about players being racially abused every single day these days

Not quite never but very much less.


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Re: England - the future....

by karbota » 04 Jun 2021 18:33

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karbota I support the "kick it out campaign", it has done a magnificent job in almost completely eradicating racist abuse in our game.


Yep you never hear about players being racially abused every single day these days

You thick fvcking racist


they should do something about that...


What remains is mostly beyond these shores.

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Re: England - the future....

by karbota » 04 Jun 2021 18:39

Snowflake Royal I'm sure racism being almost totally eradicated from our game is why most black players and many white ones are so determined to take a knee and show they oppose racism in football. And why so many of our black players regularly receive racial abuse.

Millionaire young men, well known for their marxist views.

Moron.


So naive coercion and peer pressure my friend.

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Re: England - the future....

by Ascotexgunner » 06 Jun 2021 13:54

I throw my pennysworth in to this debate, and I know I'll probably get slaughtered.
I have a problem with International teams taking the knee, not club teams, just international teams and to me it looks like gross hypocrisy and here is why......

Next year these players will be playing in a world cup in a country that bribed its way to get the tournament.
They treat African workers like slaves and openly abuse them. The country is openly sexist and homophobic to the point where you can still face the death penalty for being gay, or having extra marital sex. Women are second class citezens and political opponents are imprisoned without trial. There are so many things wrong in that country I find it incredible that the home nations and the big nations are doing nothing with the clock ticking down, to change this.
Some countries are protesting by wearing TShirts by I hear nothing from and home nations players. If just one of them stood up and said, "I'm not going" that guy would be such a hero. I'm just angry and staggered by the sheer silence from the FA in particular. They could take such a lead in changing this.....and after all they were diddled out of 25 million quid, as were Australia who lost 50 million dollars in a rigged FIFA vote.

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Re: England - the future....

by URZZZZ » 06 Jun 2021 18:03

Phillips just offers so little for England , both JWP and Lingard should be ahead of him in the pecking order

Not quite sure I understand the logic of Southgate today, for a last warm up game, not even close to what our squad will be

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Re: England - the future....

by Pepe the Horseman » 06 Jun 2021 18:19

URZZZZ Phillips just offers so little for England , both JWP and Lingard should be ahead of him in the pecking order

Not quite sure I understand the logic of Southgate today, for a last warm up game, not even close to what our squad will be

Assuming the City and Chelsea lads were still unavailable, but agreed.

JWP needs to be in the squad, he's the only thing close to a set piece specialist we've got. Could be the difference off the bench in the tighter games.

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Re: England - the future....

by Tails » 06 Jun 2021 18:25

Ascotexgunner I throw my pennysworth in to this debate, and I know I'll probably get slaughtered.
I have a problem with International teams taking the knee, not club teams, just international teams and to me it looks like gross hypocrisy and here is why......

Next year these players will be playing in a world cup in a country that bribed its way to get the tournament.
They treat African workers like slaves and openly abuse them. The country is openly sexist and homophobic to the point where you can still face the death penalty for being gay, or having extra marital sex. Women are second class citezens and political opponents are imprisoned without trial. There are so many things wrong in that country I find it incredible that the home nations and the big nations are doing nothing with the clock ticking down, to change this.
Some countries are protesting by wearing TShirts by I hear nothing from and home nations players. If just one of them stood up and said, "I'm not going" that guy would be such a hero. I'm just angry and staggered by the sheer silence from the FA in particular. They could take such a lead in changing this.....and after all they were diddled out of 25 million quid, as were Australia who lost 50 million dollars in a rigged FIFA vote.


Maybe that is the exact arena where they should do it.

You wouldn’t have had Jesse Owens if the above was followed....

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Re: England - the future....

by Snowflake Royal » 06 Jun 2021 18:55

Ascotexgunner I throw my pennysworth in to this debate, and I know I'll probably get slaughtered.
I have a problem with International teams taking the knee, not club teams, just international teams and to me it looks like gross hypocrisy and here is why......

Next year these players will be playing in a world cup in a country that bribed its way to get the tournament.
They treat African workers like slaves and openly abuse them. The country is openly sexist and homophobic to the point where you can still face the death penalty for being gay, or having extra marital sex. Women are second class citezens and political opponents are imprisoned without trial. There are so many things wrong in that country I find it incredible that the home nations and the big nations are doing nothing with the clock ticking down, to change this.
Some countries are protesting by wearing TShirts by I hear nothing from and home nations players. If just one of them stood up and said, "I'm not going" that guy would be such a hero. I'm just angry and staggered by the sheer silence from the FA in particular. They could take such a lead in changing this.....and after all they were diddled out of 25 million quid, as were Australia who lost 50 million dollars in a rigged FIFA vote.

My preference is England would boycott, but failing that, making a statement is better than not making a statement.

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