Registered On: January 13, 2014
I don’t much use social media now, occasionally looking what’s trending on Twitter. Yesterday after the Millwall thing there was a young chap calling the booing out saying that he was sickened by the abuse black players receive every time they play, he was offering to argue that point with all comers. Today I have just read this one the bbc sport website.
Closed stadiums were both a shelter and a sanctuary for players on the pitch from the continuous hostility to black players and racial justice,” a statement from the FBC said.
Does any of that ring true ?.
I have been up and down the country in 4 different divisions in the last 5 years and I can’t remember the last time ever heard abuse personally. This doesn’t mean I think it’s not happening, it is. But let’s at least be a bit more honest about it. When England played away I heard it and I think at home the last I saw at home I think was at a West Ham game.
I thought kick it out were doing ok and anyone identified was getting what they deserved so why do so many people think kick it out are failing?.