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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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10/12/2018 at 14:04

Apparently the PFA have been in touch with his agent to offer support, according to the press, who are to blame.

Slice of hypocrisy in the air? It’s that important they are not sat in a room talking of going on strike or something similar to draw it out.

Take a look at the photo they use with the pixelated faces. One black guy in a few hundred captured. It’s not a reason nor condones it, but if the kid was looking for a round of applause rather than abuse per se he’s not being realistic.

Racism might still be around but it’s nothing like it was. The World Cup was played in Russia. A roaring success they say while kicking the racism under the carpet.

Football is full of shit.


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10/12/2018 at 14:22

So because Russia has a unacceptable level of racism, Raheem Sterling and his union should accept and tolerate him being called a black cunt by an adult male because he plays for a different football team in the UK? That's a bizarre reach, Cheats old bean, and using that method of comparison argument and 'Whataboutery', you can justify anything you want.

You might perhaps want to consider why you're in the minority of public opinion over this matter, Cheats old bean.

Anyone that gets that angry and loses verbal control in public and towards a 22 year old footballer over a game, most likely has further behavioural issues and shouldn't be trusted with any sort of responsibility. How would you feel if the accused was your son/son in law? Embarrassed and ashamed, most likely.


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10/12/2018 at 22:24

I watched the game and saw the section of Chelsea supporters, almost all middle aged types and their reaction as RS retrieved the ball.... I couldn't lip read, but it wasn't pleasant, it was vicious...

Not sure why someone reasonable thinks that's an acceptable way to behave....  

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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10/12/2018 at 23:07

Sterling is that disgusted with it all, that incensed, he’s decided to do nothing about it, aside from blame the papers, who I’m pretty sure weren’t employing the four guys abusing h8m.

Further, his union is that disgusted, that incensed and that supportive they went straight to his agent to tell him he has support, in doing nothing.

As noted, ignore the racism in Russia because they might miss out on some souvenir opponent shirts and a few selfies. They can complain about racism in Russia another day, when the competition is over.

I’ve been on the terraces barracking opposition players for years, only it was the colour of their shirt and not the colour of their skin that was the object of the abuse. Just because there is barracking of a black player it isn’t always a race issue, unless you are on a John Barnes soap box as he now has us all throwing imaginary bananas all day long.

Either front it or don’t. Sterling choosing not to as it’s a good story to be a victim. I’m sure he does get racial abuse but if he won’t identify it and make a stand rather than blame everyone there is nothing much to be done to help him.

I’m in a minority because I don’t shy away from it and don’t accept that all white males are inherently racist, because they are not. Doesn’t fit with the black voice of today too well but it’s a fact. 

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12/12/2018 at 15:47

The best support that he could be given is for someone to hand the silly twat a mirror.

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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16/12/2018 at 14:30

Gullitt and Rio now throwing their tuppence worth in the ring. You know it’s gone stinky when those two frauds are gobbling off.

Remeber Choc Ice Rio? You drug cheating ponce. 

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24/12/2018 at 03:40

All gone quiet on the alleged racism.

The City fans' ruthless ridiculing of Tabb, and that ballon d'or winner from QPR are proper stand out moments of mental destruction - textbook and hilarious.

Hope they got over it - we should be ashamed, like. 

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24/12/2018 at 03:43

Oh, and watch out England, Sol Campbell's coming! 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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27/12/2018 at 10:23

Italy eh.

Where’s the uproar today?

According to Sol et al, it’s as bad as it has ever been in the U.K. it sure is, always hearing appeals to stop monkey chants on the tannoy.

Not. 

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27/12/2018 at 21:54

Carlo Ancelotti claimed he told the officials three times about alleged racism of one of his players during the match. Then went on to say, the next time it happens, Napoli will simply walk off the pitch.

But not this time.

Huh? 

Now then... 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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28/12/2018 at 10:54

Yeah, it’s always next time.

It’s important so long as no one is inconvenienced and you can get it on Twatter. 

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