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This will be my last post in this thread but here’s a story. When I was a kid I played football and I was decent, got a few player of the year trophies, I was fuckin rapid and scored goals for fu

Woah baby...Im not angry!  You say  "Thats where those boos come from. Misaligned cultural battles." Im saying they dont, and know for an absolute fact they dont. Ive been over why they

I looked into my history a few years back so thought I should share.    I was born in Bolton to a Jamaican Mam, and English Dad My Mam was born in Kingston, Jamaica, owd fella like me was

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16 hours ago, Rudy said:

What about black England players being booed when they touch the ball?

Disgusting mate and if I witnessed it I'd be saying something. Booing nods to an extreme left wing organisation is completely different. I generally believe that you and I are on the same side - but not if you have any sympathy for that bunch of left wing extremists.

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Just now, bolty58 said:

Disgusting mate and if I witnessed it I'd be saying something. Booing nods to an extreme left wing organisation is completely different. I generally believe that you and I are on the same side - but not if you have any sympathy for that bunch of left wing extremists.

As if anyone honestly believes footballers who take the knee are doing so in support of "left wing extremists". It's an anti-racism gesture. End of. Anyone who says otherwise is either making excuses, or they're being willfully ignorant.

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1 hour ago, Cheese said:

As if anyone honestly believes footballers who take the knee are doing so in support of "left wing extremists". It's an anti-racism gesture. End of. Anyone who says otherwise is either making excuses, or they're being willfully ignorant.

Why would fans stand in silence for a linked arms gesture yet boo kneeling. It’s clearly obvious that the kneeling l, to many, will always be associated with BLM 

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Millwall are scum - if we get let back in at some point and some decide to boo - just stay under the stands ffs - we've been priviledged to watch black players down the years, we're not knuckle dragging simpletons like those Bermondsey scumbags.

Would you boo Ricardo or Bruno or Jay Jay?

Anti-marxists - my arse.

Fucking bigots - have a pint if you don't agree - and if you can't drink a pint of that piss in five minutes you should be ashamed.

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2 hours ago, Youri McAnespie said:

Millwall are scum - if we get let back in at some point and some decide to boo - just stay under the stands ffs - we've been priviledged to watch black players down the years, we're not knuckle dragging simpletons like those Bermondsey scumbags.

Would you boo Ricardo or Bruno or Jay Jay?

Anti-marxists - my arse.

Fucking bigots - have a pint if you don't agree - and if you can't drink a pint of that piss in five minutes you should be ashamed.

All Millwall fans eh? What a load of fucking bollocks my friend. I know a few down here - two of which you would never refer to as whiteys (not sure what is acceptable now - mixed race fell by the wayside through snowflake zeal didn't it?). I have found them all to be some of the best and most honest and trustworthy individuals I have ever met. To be fair, most of the West Ham and Spurs lot I know down here are the same. I do know a couple of Yiddo's (can I say that?) who I wouldn't piss on if they were on fire mind.

None of the Millwall lads I know could be classed as 'racist' as far as I am concerned. All in the soul and ska scenes and yes, they have black friends - booooooo, where's that Hitler emoji?  Paint them all with the same white (power) emulsion brush the bastards! 

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Hey up.  Flipfloposaurus is back.

Look. It's pretty simple Sheila.

If on Saturday, Nathan Delfounso takes a knee, as he has done each game this season - do you think he and his colleagues are all doing it to support a Marxist cause or are they doing it to show a gesture of solidarity against racism?

If you then choose to boo the bloke and the whole Bolton team, then you're a c*nt.

I'd hate to think theres any racists on here but there does seem to be one or two apologists for them.

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3 minutes ago, Duck Egg said:

Hey up.  Flipfloposaurus is back.

Look. It's pretty simple Sheila.

If on Saturday, Nathan Delfounso takes a knee, as he has done each game this season - do you think he and his colleagues are all doing it to support a Marxist cause or are they doing it to show a gesture of solidarity against racism?

If you then choose to boo the bloke and the whole Bolton team, then you're a c*nt.

I'd hate to think theres any racists on here but there does seem to be one or two apologists for them.

You are certainly the best labelled poster on here.

You are pretty simple. That is plain to see.

 

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14 hours ago, miamiwhite said:

The worst booing of non white players I've ever seen was at Hampden in '85.

The grief Viv Anderson got was horrendous and disgusting. Think I've put a link on to it earlier in this thread.

The likes of Spider, Esco and London Wanderer should hang their heads in shame.....

I’ve met Viv on a few occasions, he has a travel company who someone at work recommended we use for tailor made holidays, when I got married we had about 30 of going to Greece so I went through his company. So when we had to drop off some marriage docs he happened to be in the office, he clocked me in my work tracksuit and got talking to me, I thought I’m gonna have to ask him about his time. He said at the time it was horrendous, his family got abuse he got hate mail and he was ready to quit but he persevered and in the end looking back now that made one hell of a difference to how players are accepted now.

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On 14/12/2020 at 13:38, Mr Grey said:

Bullshit, he acted like a bellend all over town, knocked a man down in 2008 and killed him, he got away with it! you think he would have learned his lesson because only last month he wrapped his 90k Merc around a road barrier on the M6, it's not about colour, it's more about him being a cunt on the roads, and there's far to many of them...and in all colours!

Kahn is a boxer. He’s been taught to concentrate in 3 minute spurts. That’s not great for driving.

He just doesn’t have the intelligence and concentration level to be a good driver. Folk who prang cars whilst sober are usually folk who lacked concentration, even for a split second.

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4 minutes ago, MickyD said:

Kahn is a boxer. He’s been taught to concentrate in 3 minute spurts. That’s not great for driving.

He just doesn’t have the intelligence and concentration level to be a good driver. Folk who prang cars whilst sober are usually folk who lacked concentration, even for a split second.

I assume this is your humour coming out here 🙄

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11 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

I assume this is your humour coming out here 🙄

I meant everything i said and even avoided over-generalisation.

I'd say just about every road traffic collision (they stopped calling then road traffic accidents when they realised that 'accidents' were unlucky and unavoidable) I attended were down to one of the parties losing concentration;  Coming out of junctions without looking or looking but not seeing. Kids in the back momentarily taking the driver's attention away from the job in hand. Drifting into the barrier or fence due to fatigue.  The list goes on. 

You show me the aftermath of an RTC and I'll show you why it was down to lack of attention by one party or the other or both. 

Wrong speed for the road or corner,  wrong gear for the surface,  braking at the wrong part of the road,  not being spatially aware of your surroundings. 

But go on,  you tell me how my assessment of Amir Kahn's driving ability or my idea that a high level of concentration leads you to believe I was joking. 

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51 minutes ago, MickyD said:

I meant everything i said and even avoided over-generalisation.

I'd say just about every road traffic collision (they stopped calling then road traffic accidents when they realised that 'accidents' were unlucky and unavoidable) I attended were down to one of the parties losing concentration;  Coming out of junctions without looking or looking but not seeing. Kids in the back momentarily taking the driver's attention away from the job in hand. Drifting into the barrier or fence due to fatigue.  The list goes on. 

You show me the aftermath of an RTC and I'll show you why it was down to lack of attention by one party or the other or both. 

Wrong speed for the road or corner,  wrong gear for the surface,  braking at the wrong part of the road,  not being spatially aware of your surroundings. 

But go on,  you tell me how my assessment of Amir Kahn's driving ability or my idea that a high level of concentration leads you to believe I was joking. 

Wtf, speechless 🙄

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6 hours ago, royal white said:

Why would fans stand in silence for a linked arms gesture yet boo kneeling. It’s clearly obvious that the kneeling l, to many, will always be associated with BLM

The last 4 words of my post answer that.

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