It's a definition. It's like saying you have an opinion on what zebra means.But don’t you see that you have just proved me right, you are just googling your opinions, they are not yours but you are saying others are wrong when you don t have one of your own.
Your choice, same as it is for those that choose to do it.But I'll stand with RVL and Bnet thanks. On your knees? How about fuck off?
I honestly think they've got to the point now of "how do we stop doing this?", but the fact they feel the need to keep doing it shows there's still a lot of racist shit being thrown around. You only have to look at the Hungary fans behaviour recently to know that.It would be my choice. Personally, I think it's been a big shame. I wish they'd done something else.
So how is that relevant? Taking the knee has nothing to do with Black Lives Matter.Nike are by far the biggest sponsor of the England football team and one of the biggest sponsors across the whole Premier League.
They are also a huge supporter of Black Lives Matter, the political organisation, not the sentiment.
Well I was at the last Hungarian match. Fantastic atmosphere. Loved every second of it. Great family atmosphere too.I honestly think they've got to the point now of "how do we stop doing this?", but the fact they feel the need to keep doing it shows there's still a lot of racist shit being thrown around. You only have to look at the Hungary fans behaviour recently to know that.
What else could they have done?
I know it's exciting for you to get a reply, but try not to climax over the screen.
sounds like an agenda being pushed, just like they played piped clapping when the booing starts, the Seals now do it on their own.Well I was at the last Hungarian match. Fantastic atmosphere. Loved every second of it. Great family atmosphere too.
Going back to my first Hungarian England match, I saw Heskey make his debut in Budapest. Crappy, old stadium with a load of mingers giving him the monkey chants. There was no hiding it: thousands did it. Horrible.
Back to the recent England game, which I didn't get a ticket for... Two of my friends did. None of them heard any monkey chants. Seems the majority heard none of it. There was total silence and respect for the national anthem too. What people are forgetting about Sterling was that he didn't just go over and celebrate right in their faces, but he unveiled a t-shirt which no one could read, but assumed it was a big 'fuck you!' message on it. (Perhaps we should get TARs: translation replays if players are going to continue with this so we can avoid similar mistakes.) Personally, I don't care where anyone celebrates, and I like Declan Rice's style.
But just to reiterate: I don't know anyone who says they heard the monkey chanting, and it seems most of the players and manager are in the same position. I don't think the journalists are lying, but obviously if Southgate couldn't hear it, it couldn't have been too many people involved.
Contrast that with the reaction to taking the knee.
So, real racism, not very loud.
A natural reaction to bullshit, division and manipulation: very loud indeed.
How the hell can that be ! you seem to be anti thinking for your self, all opinions from the MSM and Google. It explains the ridiculous way of thinking of the"woke".It's a definition. It's like saying you have an opinion on what zebra means.
Your choice, same as it is for those that choose to do it.