Summer 2016 Transfer Thread.

Matra2

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Now that I think of it I could get Serie A because it's also on RAI Italia. Though for some reason it is not available in HD where I live.
 

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I feel the same way as Rebajlo. I've watched exactly one Premier League match this season - the Manchester derby - as well as bits and pieces of the Slovakia v England borefest and some Champions League highlights this past week. To get the Spanish and Italian leagues I'd have to pay a subscription fee to a Qatar government-owned channel that would bring my satellite bill well over $100. If it were entirely up to me I'd get rid of TV altogether because every time I turn it on I'm subjected to propaganda from the commercials and programmes alike.

It's not just football though. I started to watch a baseball game the other night. When the very first batter (Baltimore Orioles) of the game came up the commentator informed us that the player had spoken out about baseball being too white or something. A few minutes later there was a lecture from the commentators about the social injustices blacks face. I switched it off in disgust. The NFL - ie the National Felons League? No way. Right now it's only tennis and Formula One that I'm paying much attention to. I'll try the NHL's so-called World Cup of Hockey even though it's very gimmicky. As for football I'll probably watch the occasional Champions League match as the Premier League looks close to unwatchable this year, again.

I appreciate the premier league has issues, and i agree with alot of what rebajlo says. However, why are people saying this year is unwatchsble this year when(although horrible by my standards) the premier league, as i predicted is becoming more watchable. With bournmouth staying up, Burnley up, middlesborough up, and newcastle, and villa relegated(two unshable african cup of nat....sorry french dominated teams), the premier league is definitely going in the right ditection.

Even if you look at the top end, conte, pepe, klopp are not black loving managers to my knowledge(although liverpool innially i gave a low mark to).

Take pepp, hes taken mancity, and already got rid of toure, and made the defence pretty much all white with otimendi, stones, zabletteta amd kolarov. Sure be still plays sterling, but to be fair full strength team and silva, noilito, aguero will be the main attacking line up, and garcia serrano will eventually be his main holding player, i noticed he scored today.

Even wenger perez and mustafi.

Also i noticed alot of the black signings were blacks already here and moving to other premier league clubs, i.e kante to chelsea, wjanadum to liverpool etc.

Even sam alladice, whos had some right black loving teams in the past, picked i think 8 white starters with luke shaw to come back.

So chin up guys, yes it will take time, yes they will be some repulsive teams(westham spring to mind), yes i agree with rebajlo that the "respect" crap that goes with it is vomit inducing, but there is a slow sway politically in europe thats going in the right direction(to slow for my liking).
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Finally ive noticed alot of money grabbing black premier league rejects are going to china league,which supposidly is trying go rival the premier league. Good luck to the idiots i say :)
 

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I appreciate the premier league has issues, and i agree with alot of what rebajlo says. However, why are people saying this year is unwatchsble this year when(although horrible by my standards) the premier league, as i predicted is becoming more watchable. With bournmouth staying up, Burnley up, middlesborough up, and newcastle, and villa relegated(two unshable african cup of nat....sorry french dominated teams), the premier league is definitely going in the right ditection.

Even if you look at the top end, conte, pepe, klopp are not black loving managers to my knowledge(although liverpool innially i gave a low mark to).

Take pepp, hes taken mancity, and already got rid of toure, and made the defence pretty much all white with otimendi, stones, zabletteta amd kolarov. Sure be still plays sterling, but to be fair full strength team and silva, noilito, aguero will be the main attacking line up, and garcia serrano will eventually be his main holding player, i noticed he scored today.

Even wenger perez and mustafi.

Also i noticed alot of the black signings were blacks already here and moving to other premier league clubs, i.e kante to chelsea, wjanadum to liverpool etc.

Even sam alladice, whos had some right black loving teams in the past, picked i think 8 white starters with luke shaw to come back.

So chin up guys, yes it will take time, yes they will be some repulsive teams(westham spring to mind), yes i agree with rebajlo that the "respect" crap that goes with it is vomit inducing, but there is a slow sway politically in europe thats going in the right direction(to slow for my liking).
R
Finally ive noticed alot of money grabbing black premier league rejects are going to china league,which supposidly is trying go rival the premier league. Good luck to the idiots i say :)
I was going to mention some of these things as well. I haven't had as much time as I'd like to watch some of the matches, but the ones I've seen have seemed more White-friendly. Also, Whites scored both of Liverpool's goals last Friday night (I believe). Arsenal brought in a couple of late transfer White players and I read yesterday that Chelsea was looking at 2-3 players that were White. I'm not sure how the abominable West Ham has done over the last week or two, but they started out 0-2, which was good. Balotelli is no longer relevant and Pogba has already been exposed. Manchester City is far more palatable than in recent years and ManU is looking at bringing in Isco and there's speculation about bringing in Danny Drinkwater. Sadly, Rooney is the (((media's))) scapegoat even though all of those black strikers and forwards that (((they))) said were supposed to be the next Great Black Hope for ManU and lead them to the "Promised Land" haven't done anything either. Mourinho better figure this out fast, otherwise (((they))) will be coming for him.

EPL is certainly not perfect, but Castefootball's purpose is to document White athlete's achievements as well as expose the hypocrisy and injustice of the contemporary sports paradigm whose purpose is just the opposite...to denigrate, emasculate, minimize and ignore White players and their abilities and achievements and blame them whenever something goes wrong while at the same time exalting black ones. We are supposed to be one of the vanguards against that narrative.
 

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It's not just football though. I started to watch a baseball game the other night. When the very first batter (Baltimore Orioles) of the game came up the commentator informed us that the player had spoken out about baseball being too white or something. A few minutes later there was a lecture from the commentators about the social injustices blacks face. I switched it off in disgust. The NFL - ie the National Felons League? No way. Right now it's only tennis and Formula One that I'm paying much attention to. I'll try the NHL's so-called World Cup of Hockey even though it's very gimmicky. As for football I'll probably watch the occasional Champions League match as the Premier League looks close to unwatchable this year, again.

Matra2 -

As I’ve mentioned before, the presence of Lewis Hamilton has ruined F1 for me. I grind my teeth whenever I hear that spade being referred to as an Englishman or Briton.

Always keen on the historical side of things, I grew up admiring the high-profile British and Australian F1 drivers who were active “before my time”: Graham Hill, Stirling Moss, Jim Clark, John Surtees, Jackie Stewart, and Jack Brabham. Graham Hill was my favourite when I was a small lad as he flawlessly fit the image of the dashing British “Boy’s Own Adventure”-type gentleman heroes I always dreamed of becoming. ;)

Now, the UK press can’t get enough of Hamilton. Well, I’ve certainly had enough of the prick and consequently no longer pay more than superficial attention to F1…

I’ve followed Aussie Rules for my entire life but have progressively been alienated from the game because the AFL has evolved into one of the most openly anti-White sports bodies on the planet. Have a look at the following links:

http://www.afl.com.au/afleducation/vilification

http://www.afl.com.au/indigenousround

http://www.aflcommunityclub.com.au/index.php?id=604

http://www.aflcommunityclub.com.au/index.php?id=605

The AFL officially - and very publicly - supports prospective “recognition” of Abos in the Constitution of Australia. Propaganda pieces such as this are aired during matches:

 

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f3d0r / Heretic -

Well boys, I guess we see things a bit differently ;). Below is a breakdown of starters in last weekend’s round. I didn’t expend the extra bit of effort to write up the “finishing” lineups that take substitutions into account. Besides, substitutions have nothing to do with the point I’m making…

I haven’t counted Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a White. Why? Because his father is a Bosnian Muslim and - more importantly - his surname is about as Balkan Muslim as it gets and thereby sends all the wrong messages to young kids.

Chelsea 1 Liverpool 2

CHELSEA: 8 Whites (1 Englishman), 2 blacks, 1 mestizo

LIVERPOOL: 5 Whites (3 Englishmen), 5 blacks, 1 Brazilian “brown”

Hull City 1 Arsenal 4

HULL: 4 Whites (1 Englishman), 5 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 Bosnian Muslim

ARSENAL: 5 Whites (No Englishmen), 3 blacks, 1 mestizo, 1 Turk, 1 Albanian

Leicester City 3 Burnley 0

LEICESTER: 6 Whites (3 Englishmen), 3 blacks, 2 Arabs

BURNLEY: 10 Whites (5 Englishmen), 1 black

Manchester City 4 AFC Bournemouth 0

MAN. CITY: 5 Whites (No Englishmen), 5 blacks, 1 Turk

BOURNEMOUTH: 8 Whites (6 Englishmen), 3 blacks

West Bromwich Albion 4 West Ham United 2

WEST BROM: 6 Whites (2 Englishmen), 3 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 Argentine Jew

WEST HAM: 6 Whites (2 Englishmen), 4 blacks, 1 mixed Reunionese

Everton 3 Middlesbrough 1

EVERTON: 6 Whites (3 Englishmen), 5 blacks

MIDDLESBROUGH: 10 Whites (4 Englishmen), 1 black

Watford 3 Manchester United 1

WATFORD: 5 Whites (No Englishmen), 3 blacks, 2 mestizos, 1 Albanian

MAN. UNITED: 3 Whites (2 Englishmen), 6 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 half-Bosniak (Ibrahimovic)

Crystal Palace 4 Stoke City 1

PALACE: 6 Whites (4 Englishmen), 5 blacks

STOKE: 8 Whites (1 Englishman), 3 blacks

Southampton 1 Swansea City 0

SOUTHAMPTON: 8 Whites (1 Englishman), 3 blacks

SWANSEA: 7 Whites (2 Englishmen, No Welshmen), 3 blacks, 1 Asian

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Sunderland 0

SPURS: 5 Whites (2 Englishmen), 5 blacks, 1 Asian

SUNDERLAND: 4 Whites (2 Englishmen), 6 blacks, 1 Albanian


SUMMARY OF ROUND:

Whites: 125 (56.818 %) - Englishmen: 44 (20%)

Blacks: 74 (33.636 %) - “English” blacks: 27 (12.272 %)

Arabs: 5 (2.272 %)

Others: 16 (7.272 %)

36 goals (Whites: 14; blacks: 11; mestizos: 3; Albanians: 1; Arabs: 4; Turks: 1; 2 own goals scored by Whites)

As You can see, the figures don’t paint an encouraging picture. The White contingent would still be under 60% even if You chose to count the three Albanians, the Bosnian Muslim plus Ibrahimovic as Whites...
 
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f3d0r / Heretic -

Well boys, I guess we see things a bit differently ;). Below is a breakdown of starters in last weekend’s round. I didn’t expend the extra bit of effort to write up the “finishing” lineups that take substitutions into account. Besides, substitutions have nothing to do with the point I’m making…

I haven’t counted Zlatan Ibrahimovic as a White. Why? Because his father is a Bosnian Muslim and - more importantly - his surname is about as Balkan Muslim as it gets and thereby sends all the wrong messages to young kids.

Chelsea 1 Liverpool 2

CHELSEA: 8 Whites (1 Englishman), 2 blacks, 1 mestizo

LIVERPOOL: 5 Whites (3 Englishmen), 5 blacks, 1 Brazilian “brown”

Hull City 1 Arsenal 4

HULL: 4 Whites (1 Englishman), 5 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 Bosnian Muslim

ARSENAL: 5 Whites (No Englishmen), 3 blacks, 1 mestizo, 1 Turk, 1 Albanian

Leicester City 3 Burnley 0

LEICESTER: 6 Whites (3 Englishmen), 3 blacks, 2 Arabs

BURNLEY: 10 Whites (5 Englishmen), 1 black

Manchester City 4 AFC Bournemouth 0

MAN. CITY: 5 Whites (No Englishmen), 5 blacks, 1 Turk

BOURNEMOUTH: 8 Whites (6 Englishmen), 3 blacks

West Bromwich Albion 4 West Ham United 2

WEST BROM: 6 Whites (2 Englishmen), 3 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 Argentine Jew

WEST HAM: 6 Whites (2 Englishmen), 4 blacks, 1 mixed Reunionese

Everton 3 Middlesbrough 1

EVERTON: 6 Whites (3 Englishmen), 5 blacks

MIDDLESBROUGH: 10 Whites (4 Englishmen), 1 black

Watford 3 Manchester United 1

WATFORD: 5 Whites (No Englishmen), 3 blacks, 2 mestizos, 1 Albanian

MAN. UNITED: 3 Whites (2 Englishmen), 6 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 half-Bosniak (Ibrahimovic)

Crystal Palace 4 Stoke City 1

PALACE: 6 Whites (4 Englishmen), 5 blacks

STOKE: 8 Whites (1 Englishman), 3 blacks

Southampton 1 Swansea City 0

SOUTHAMPTON: 8 Whites (1 Englishman), 3 blacks

SWANSEA: 7 Whites (2 Englishmen, No Welshmen), 3 blacks, 1 Asian

Tottenham Hotspur 1 Sunderland 0

SPURS: 5 Whites (2 Englishmen), 5 blacks, 1 Asian

SUNDERLAND: 4 Whites (2 Englishmen), 6 blacks, 1 Albanian


SUMMARY OF ROUND:

Whites: 125 (56.818 %) - Englishmen: 44 (20%)

Blacks: 74 (33.636 %) - “English” blacks: 27 (12.272 %)

Arabs: 5 (2.272 %)

Others: 16 (7.272 %)

36 goals (Whites: 14; blacks: 11; mestizos: 3; Albanians: 1; Arabs: 4; Turks: 1; 2 own goals scored by Whites)

As You can see, the figures don’t paint an encouraging picture. The White contingent would still be under 60% even if You chose to count the three Albanians, the Bosnian Muslim plus Ibrahimovic as Whites...

Cheers for break down mate, your a great poster, and bang on about hamilton, a overated driver who constantly is spoon(egg and) fed the best car, and still messes more than he should, plus hes hideously ugly compared to graham hill.

But if you read mine and heretics post, we were referring to my prophesy that its going in the right direction, not that things are all rosey. And your brilliant break down proves my point.

As i say, last year you had villa, newcastle teams that started sometimes 6/7 fully africa starters. They have both been relegated. Now look at your two newly promoted teams of burnley and middleborough both started 10 whites!!Bourmouth the other day just signed jack wiltshire and started 10 britishmen in their 1 nil win with harry arter being star man according to motson.

Btw westham who i highlighted as one of the worst offenders, are currently 1 nil down to white friendly southhampton courtacy of charlie austin. :)

And thats with me disagreeing with you not counting albanians and bosnians as white ;)

In conclusion we both agree things are bad but the managers, the championship and the constantly failing in europe make a caste system very difficult.
 

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I suppose one could describe the last round as being exceptionally “White friendly”. After all, Burnley and The Boro both started eleven Whites, while Chelsea, Bournemouth, and Hull each started eight Whites. But any generally positive impressions conveyed by the previous sentence are sadly illusory. Despite two clubs remarkably fielding all White teams, my breakdown below reveals that the total proportion of White Premier League starters still languished at well under 60%. To top things off, Middlesbrough lost at home to heavily non-White Watford.

Contrary to what some people may perhaps believe, the apparently ever-saturnine Rebajlo isn’t engaging in hangdog defeatism or deliberate negativity. I’m simply laying out the unvarnished, incontrovertible numbers…that stridently speak for themselves.

Tonight’s game against Everton is the last of Andre Gray’s four match ban for “historic homophobic social media posts”. Gray shall almost certainly return to the Burnley lineup for next week’s fixture at Old Trafford so that will add one more black to the equation at the expense of a White.

Hopefully, Middlesbrough, Burnley, and AFC Bournemouth all manage to stay up - although such an ideal scenario is rather unlikely. Speaking of the Championship, I wouldn’t be surprised if predominantly coal-fired Newcastle United come straight back up again… :mad:

Matches played on Saturday, 15th October; Sunday, 16th October; Monday, 17th October:

Chelsea 3 Leicester City 0

CHELSEA:

Started: 8 Whites (1 Englishman), 2 blacks, 1 mestizo

LEICESTER:

Started: 7 Whites (3 Englishmen), 4 blacks

AFC Bournemouth 6 Hull City 1

AFC BOURNEMOUTH:

Started: 8 Whites (6 Englishmen), 3 blacks

HULL:

Started: 8 Whites (4 Englishmen), 2 blacks, 1 Arab

Arsenal 3 Swansea City 2

ARSENAL:

Started: 5 Whites (No Englishmen), 2 blacks, 1 mestizo, 1 Turk, 2 Albanians

SWANSEA:

Started: 6 Whites (2 Englishmen, No Welshmen), 4 blacks, 1 half-Indian

Manchester City 1 Everton 1

MAN. CITY:

Started: 4 Whites (1 Englishman), 5 blacks, 1 Turk, 1 half-Asian

EVERTON:

Started: 7 Whites (3 Englishmen), 4 blacks

Stoke City 2 Sunderland 0

STOKE:

Started: 7 Whites (1 Englishman), 3 blacks, 1 Albanian

SUNDERLAND:

Started: 5 Whites (2 Englishmen), 5 blacks, 1 Arab

West Bromwich Albion 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1

WEST BROM:

Started: 6 Whites (2 Englishmen), 3 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 Argentine Jew

SPURS:

Started: 7 Whites (No Englishmen), 4 blacks

Crystal Palace 0 West Ham United 1

PALACE:

Started: 6 Whites (3 Englishmen), 5 blacks

WEST HAM:

Started: 5 Whites (2 Englishmen), 4 blacks, 1 Maori, 1 mixed Reunionese

Middlesbrough 0 Watford 1

MIDDLESBROUGH:

Started: 11 Whites (5 Englishmen)

WATFORD:

Started: 3 Whites (No Englishmen), 3 blacks, 2 mestizos, 2 Arabs, 1 Albanian

Southampton 3 Burnley 1

SOUTHAMPTON:

Started: 8 Whites (3 Englishmen), 3 blacks

BURNLEY:

Started: 11 Whites (5 Englishmen)

Liverpool 0 Manchester United 0

LIVERPOOL:

Started: 4 Whites (2 Englishmen), 4 blacks, 1 Turk, 1 mestizo, 1 Brazilian “brown”

MAN. UNITED:

Started: 3 Whites (No Englishmen), 6 blacks, 1 Arab, 1 half-Bosniak (Ibrahimovic)

SUMMARY OF ROUND:

Whites: 129 (58.636 %) Englishmen: 45 (20.454 %)

Blacks: 66 (30 %) “English” blacks: 25 (11.363 %)

Arabs: 6 (2.727 %)

Others: 19 (8.636 %)

27 goals (Whites: 14; blacks: 9; mestizos: 2; Turks: 1; Arabs: 1)
 
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