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A little note about stereotyping... 17:13 - Jun 27 with 2106 viewsSwanjaxs

Top rant fair play ...



You might think I've forgotten, but one day, when you least expect it, my time will come.
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A little note about stereotyping... on 21:48 - Jun 29 with 216 viewsdameedna

A little note about stereotyping... on 17:17 - Jun 29 by MrSwerve

There are some awful replies to her from halfwits. Doesn’t surprise me that Leon Knight fits into that category.


There are a few things suspect about Leon Knight's demeanour. I have spent a few hours watching three or four of his podcast interviews. His views on women's football made me realise there is something wrong with the bloke.
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A little note about stereotyping... on 21:54 - Jun 29 with 210 viewsSwanjaxs

A little note about stereotyping... on 21:48 - Jun 29 by dameedna

There are a few things suspect about Leon Knight's demeanour. I have spent a few hours watching three or four of his podcast interviews. His views on women's football made me realise there is something wrong with the bloke.


Basically he's a basket case.

He represents everything that is wrong in society.

If anyone needs confirmation just look his twitter feed up 👍🏻

You might think I've forgotten, but one day, when you least expect it, my time will come.
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A little note about stereotyping... on 22:13 - Jun 29 with 183 viewspencoedjack

A little note about stereotyping... on 10:49 - Jun 29 by Highjack

Personal remarks? Look in the mirror. I’ve had to bite my tongue for years when every other post you aim at me is laced with insults and anger or insinuation that I am some sort of racist. I’ve always attempted to be civil in the face of you lunging in two footed at the man and not the ball for whatever reason. And the one time I actually bite back with the very accurate fact that your soul appears to be as joyless and arid as the surface of Mars it suggests I “have a real little temper”?

To coin a phrase, genuinely hilarious.

I would however like to offer the hand of peace as it is always preferable to battle and this site is coming to an end and I’m not going to bother going on the new one so let’s not end it on a sour note if at all possible.


As others have said a shame you are not going to the new site.

Enjoy your posts.
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A little note about stereotyping... on 22:24 - Jun 29 with 169 viewspencoedjack

A little note about stereotyping... on 17:08 - Jun 29 by Vincent_Vega

Yes I did see it. Puts a spanner in her leftie Marxist agenda even if that spanner is Leon Knight.

What I don’t understand is it is genuinely difficult to get to that level of journalism for everyone so are we going to make it easier for BAME and the alphabet community? Isn’t that counterproductive and could affect the product? Surely talent should shine through regardless of who it is?

Equality of opportunity is paramount in a successful society, equality of outcome is dangerous and damaging to society.


Unfortunately the UK is moving away from that ethos.

It was reported on the news today that more black men should be interviewed for more managers jobs, if they are the best candidate surly colour isn’t an issue.

Chris Houghton is always in the frame for good managers jobs because whoa & behold he’s a good manager.
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A little note about stereotyping... on 23:04 - Jun 29 with 141 viewsVincent_Vega

A little note about stereotyping... on 22:24 - Jun 29 by pencoedjack

Unfortunately the UK is moving away from that ethos.

It was reported on the news today that more black men should be interviewed for more managers jobs, if they are the best candidate surly colour isn’t an issue.

Chris Houghton is always in the frame for good managers jobs because whoa & behold he’s a good manager.


This might come across as ‘problematic’ but it is meant in the best way....

They go on about not enough BAME managers in the game considering the amount of players. Yes that is true BUT a lot of white ex players leave the game al together as well and with the broadcasters hell bent on filling quoters it’s going to be more as the positions won’t be available as they’re filled by ex female footballers (for example) who I’m sorry don’t know what it’s like in a men’s team, they can’t know. I want a pundit to give a proper insight into what goes on in dressing rooms at half time for example through their own experiences.

One of the reasons Keane, Carragher and Neville are well received by audiences is that they’ve been there, done that at the top level and know what it takes. A two spirit trans who identifies as a toaster would not have a clue. Now if that two spirit trans was say an ex men’s footballer then fine I wouldn’t have an issue with it as that person has experienced the game in a way I could only wish and adds value to the conversation.

Now dragging it back to the BAME, one of the reasons there are less managers, directors, etc. Is that there’s less of them, they’re a minority after all no? That’s not to say they shouldn’t be able to try for the top jobs, if they’re good enough they’ll make it like everyone else who applies themselves.

Finally to emphasise my point I couldn’t give a rats a55 if Cooper was BAME or had a f@nny or took it in the hoop or identified as a manhole cover, I really don’t care. What pisses me off is that he still thinks the substitute rules from the 64 season still applies and that he doesn’t seem to rate Celina. That boils me far more than what tab on pornhub he enjoys. And breath...

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