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One chant I remember in the 80s was trigger trigger trigger shoot that nigger which was widely used  how would today's lot cope with that it's wrong I know but that was of chants aimed at back players back then there's no place for it but some of the comments said aren't what you don't  hear on a daily basis any were and at the end of the day it's just a name like queer puff paki honky etc

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1 minute ago, Blackmag said:

One chant I remember in the 80s was trigger trigger trigger shoot that nigger which was widely used  how would today's lot cope with that it's wrong I know but that was of chants aimed at back players back then there's no place for it but some of the comments said aren't what you don't  hear on a daily basis any were and at the end of the day it's just a name like queer puff paki honky etc

The folk that shout it are generally low functioning scourge on society types tho. Last season I heard a boy shout nigger , kike tell folk he hated the Jews more than Hitler. Then a Celtic player came on that had been accused of racism and  the guy starts chanting racist racist and he was dead serious this was all within about 15 minutes. One look and you could tell he was an absolute no user.

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They can call me anything they want specially earning £50,000+ a game , even £500 a game 

in fact most of use get called something most weeks or even days , do I give a shit , no I can give it back as well 

just part of life 

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1 hour ago, Jobi said:

Don't want to spoil the party but I feel most racists on here wouldn't be so open about it among the coloured folk. 

Does walking into the Black and White cafe in St Pauls in Bristol and shouting "where's that black cnut who's just ripped me off?" and not getting shot for it but getting sorted out count as being open enough?.  

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7 hours ago, fireman said:

Does walking into the Black and White cafe in St Pauls in Bristol and shouting "where's that black cnut who's just ripped me off?" and not getting shot for it but getting sorted out count as being open enough?.  

Easy seeing as it's a gay bar...... 😂

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8 hours ago, WILF said:

Mate, it’s like this......if you scream racist abuse at a football match then 9 times out of 10 you will be aimed out by stewards or nicked, there is also a better than even chance the old bill will put your front door through once they identify your seat number and link that to a season ticket.

When football players cry about racism I can’t take it seriously because the fact is that it’s so f***ing rare it’s almost laughable to call it “a thing” 

Exactly, it's wrong at the end of the day and you know it. We can all have a light hearted laugh at it but being serious, would you call a little girl a black c**t or nigger to her face? 

Yes I understand folk lash out and say things they don't really mean but in this day and age there's no excuse, I'm sure folk like TOMO don't find it funny. 

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10 hours ago, WILF said:

I bugged out because It was better for me to do so......and much better for the person who said it.

I like walking around free and I’m sure the other fella just likes being able to walk around :) 

You should be a politician. ......

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Depends the context of the situation. I regularly call my workmate a dirty English b*****d joking around in work when it's just me and him and he laughs at it and calls me an Irish b*****d but I've seen him in group situations where a few gang up and single him out from the crowd and you can see he is upset and doesn't like it. It then has turned from a bit of a laugh into group bullying which does affect people whether they admit it or not.👍

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Depends the context of the situation. I regularly call my workmate a dirty English b*****d joking around in work when it's just me and him and he laughs at it and calls me an Irish b*****d but I've seen him in group situations where a few gang up and single him out from the crowd and you can see he is upset and doesn't like it. It then has turned from a bit of a laugh into group bullying which does affect people whether they admit it or not.👍

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2 hours ago, Jobi said:

Exactly, it's wrong at the end of the day and you know it. We can all have a light hearted laugh at it but being serious, would you call a little girl a black c**t or nigger to her face? 

Yes I understand folk lash out and say things they don't really mean but in this day and age there's no excuse, I'm sure folk like TOMO don't find it funny. 

You've obviously never seen an under 15s rugby match in the valleys lol

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I love it when all this racist, gayist etc stuff gets turned on it's head. An aquaintance of mine is racist, homophobic and a couple of other ists ics or whatever. 

It was great when his daughter came out and introduced her half caste girlfriend to him 😁

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Unfortunately football has been hijacked to make a stand in society on a subject that is totally irrelevant to sport.....people get called nasty names at table tennis tournaments but nobody puts table tennis up in flashing lights its the popularity of football that makes it perfect to take hostage.

I find name calling a little bit childish whether it be fat c**t,ginger c**t or black c**t so i wouldnt get into it but ive been called a cockney c**t throughout my life i dont roll into a ball crying about it i really dont see what makes blacks most important when it comes to harmless banter in this country why are they so upset at being black im not upset at being a cockney....we used to live by the phrase " sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me "......now we,ve turned into a bunch of crybabies and its the exact opposite blacks are running round London killing each other but its ok just as long as they dont get called a nasty name !

This is football policing in 2019.....at a non league football match !

 

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The politically correct white man is more offended by racism than the black ever has been, I have a good pal in Leeds, he is, as black as the ace of spades and he hates it when ( them white cnuts and them white bitches lol ) others put themselves forward on his behalf for their benefits only, and nobody else's.  

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True story. I am not sure if there's a lesson in it or not. Towards the end of last season my Mrs and me  went for Sunday lunch .The idea was we would have lunch and then watch the football at 4 o' clock. So the lunch was good and we settled down to watch the football. About half way through the first half I became aware of a bloke  f'n this and cunting that at the screen. I was pissed off , as my generation ( I'm just short of 70) generally don' t swear in front of anothrer man's wife. Then the drunk started on the racist shit:" black c**t" " f****n spade" "lash it in with your tail". To make it worse there was a black fella drinking quietly at the bar. I was really pissed off with his behaviour and being a bit of legend in my own head I followed him to the toilet. He saw me come in and said "ok?" I replied "no I'm not, you are out of order with your language in mixed company and doubly out of order spewing that racist stuff especially with a black fella trying to enjoy a drink at the bar.

To cut a long story short he was totally shocked. He apologised for swearing and said " oh you mean Bruce, he's my best mate". By that time we had moved back into the bar and he put his arm around Bruce's neck and said "that fella thinks I' m f****n racist!" He then got his Mrs over to give Bruce a kiss . Bruce was not happy at the fuss.So no thank you from him..far from it.

So I made an arse of myself and did not do Bruce any favours. My Mrs was not a happy bunny and said I was a stupid old fool so we left pretty smartish.- 

However I genuinly think I would do the same again in similar circumstances ( but not at a football match). But obviously I would make sure the bloke shouting racist abuse wasn't best mates with any black fellas at the bar😀

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13 hours ago, jukel123 said:

True story. I am not sure if there's a lesson in it or not. Towards the end of last season my Mrs and me  went for Sunday lunch .The idea was we would have lunch and then watch the football at 4 o' clock. So the lunch was good and we settled down to watch the football. About half way through the first half I became aware of a bloke  f'n this and cunting that at the screen. I was pissed off , as my generation ( I'm just short of 70) generally don' t swear in front of anothrer man's wife. Then the drunk started on the racist shit:" black c**t" " f****n spade" "lash it in with your tail". To make it worse there was a black fella drinking quietly at the bar. I was really pissed off with his behaviour and being a bit of legend in my own head I followed him to the toilet. He saw me come in and said "ok?" I replied "no I'm not, you are out of order with your language in mixed company and doubly out of order spewing that racist stuff especially with a black fella trying to enjoy a drink at the bar.

To cut a long story short he was totally shocked. He apologised for swearing and said " oh you mean Bruce, he's my best mate". By that time we had moved back into the bar and he put his arm around Bruce's neck and said "that fella thinks I' m f****n racist!" He then got his Mrs over to give Bruce a kiss . Bruce was not happy at the fuss.So no thank you from him..far from it.

So I made an arse of myself and did not do Bruce any favours. My Mrs was not a happy bunny and said I was a stupid old fool so we left pretty smartish.- 

However I genuinly think I would do the same again in similar circumstances ( but not at a football match). But obviously I would make sure the bloke shouting racist abuse wasn't best mates with any black fellas at the bar😀

Just out of curiosity Jukel......had " Bruce " been a Scot sitting at the bar listening to  " jock c**t,f****n jocks " etc.....would you still of felt the urge to pull the geezer up ?

Or is it just blacks you would spring to the rescue for ?

LIke i say,just curious so no offence squire 😉

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