Date:Wednesday November 16 2011
With the debates raging after alleged incidents of racism involving John Terry and Luis Suarez, surely now is the time for the governing bodies to come together and work hard to wipe out racism on the pitch just as hard as they have done at ridding it from the game off the pitch.
Well insane, decrepit, misogynistic head of world football, Septic Bladder has seemed to suggest that any incidents of racism on the football pitch should be met with a handshake from the vitcim for the perputraitor under the knowledge that these things happen in the heat of battle.
"There is no racism, there is maybe one of the players towards another, he has a word or a gesture which is not the correct one." Rambled the silly old slap head
'We are in a game, and at the end of the game, we shake hands, and this can happen, because we have worked so hard against racism and discrimination. But also the one who is affected by that, he should say that this is a game. We are in a game, and at the end of the game, we shake hands, and this can happen, because we have worked so hard against racism and discrimination."
'I think the whole world is aware of the efforts we are making against racism and discrimination. And on the field of play sometimes you say something that is not very correct, but then at the end of the game, the game is over and you have the next game where you can behave better.'
Surely this has to be the straw that broke the camels back?
After making derogatory comments towards women`s football, alledgedly becoming involved in bribery and corruption in football, making a complete tit of himself and almost single handledly trying to ruin the beautiful game, comments suggesting racism occuring on the football pitch should be swept under the carpet should surely bring to an end his reign of idiocy?
It begs the question, who does Blatter answer to? And how long will they continue to entertain the ramblings of this gibbering moron?
Date:Wednesday November 16 2011
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