Champions league

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  1. U88z

    U88z Newbie

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    This season's champions league and as usual all the great black hopes are failing miserably once again.
     
  2. Phall

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    I was happy to see Man United's anti-white squad eliminated from the group stage by Red Bull Leipzig, who also start their own host of Africans. Leipzig's black defenders had a series of gaffes that nearly cost them their 3-0 lead, but ultimately United's black defenders proved to be the most inept on the day.

    In the far more accentuated headline, reigning champ Paris Saint-Germain had its game against the last-place Turkish side SUSPENDED due to RACISM. I will recount the situation clearly for the record, in case historians one day look back to scratch their heads over cases like these.

    In the 14th minute, a black PSG assistant coach was given a red card for insubordination (likely shouting at the referee, although the particulars are unclear). The fourth official, who is Romanian, helped the referee identify the offending party by telling him "the black guy" said it. An African player for the Turkish club took offense at this identifier and rose up from his seat on the substitutes bench to accost the fourth official, saying something along the lines of "why do you describe him as a black guy?" He will be remembered as the hero in this ordeal.

    As the stink was being raised, PSG's brave non-white players, including Neymar and Mbappe, joined in the indignation against this white referee doing a racism by describing a black coach as "black." Eventually, both teams resolved to refuse to play, and the game will resume tomorrow with 15 minutes off the clock.

    Western press is of course hailing the whistle-blowers and protesters for their courage and principle. Part of this was made possible by the mandated empty stadiums, meaning there are no fans to boo the spontaneous player strike. In the absence of stadium reaction, the press and tv studio narrative goes unopposed, and the audience as usual is told what to think.

    This sort of trifle actually has a precedent. In the English Championship, Leeds keeper Kiko Casilla was overheard telling his teammate to mark "the black guy" on a corner kick. After a five month "investigation," he was suspended for eight games for his racism. I doubt this Romanian official will be so lucky.
     
  3. icsept

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    Wow, 8 game suspension for saying “the black guy”? Black Lives Matter, right? That’s how they refer to themselves. I’m confused.
     
  4. U88z

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    Hopefully political correctness will kill this marxists cult its not a sports anymore.
     
  5. Giles Daldanus

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    Great recount of the incident, Phall!

    This is without a shred of doubt one of the most bizarre controversies on the football pitch that I have ever come across, as it's usually players or coaches who face accusations of racism.

    The Romanian word "negru" translates as "black" and is not offensive. There is still some confusion surrounding the exact circumstances, but it was actually Cameroonian Pierre Webó, an assistant manager of Başakşehir, who was presumably being abusive on the touchline and subsequently received a red card (after being identified by the fourth official, Sebastian Colțescu, which sparked the argument involving both sets of players and the referees, with Senegalese Demba Ba from the Turkish side being quite vocal in remonstrating with Ovidiu Hațegan, the Romanian man in charge of the game).

    The match was restarted today (with a new team of match officials and Webó's touchline ban rescinded). Paris Saint Germain won by a score of 5:1, qualifying for the next round of the competition as top of the group.









     
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2020

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