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Should Paulo Di Canio be accepted by the FA as SAFC manager? watch
- 04-04-2013 13:38
- 04-04-2013 13:53
Sunderland don't need him though, I'm confident they'll stay up.
Reading, QPR and Aston Villa to go down.
(Original post by Aky786UK)
- 04-04-2013 16:49
Not wanting to turn this into a thread it shouldn't be but, please do confirm, by the bolded bits, you're saying white people don't abuse, just Muslims? So why is the national rate of convicted paedophiles who are white at 93% (which makes up 87% of the UK population) and ones who are Black and Asian 7% (make up 13 percent of population).
It's a shame the left aren't waking up and filling the vacuum, hence the rise of UKIP. But that's another thread's discussion.
(Original post by sevchenko)
- 05-04-2013 00:09
Where does it say white people don't abuse? I was giving example of how the large majority of people in this nation don't want Muslims in England
Yes, on your basis, kick out Muslims from the country, especially since they were recognised as the most patriotic and proud to be British, like I am. Great move....
- 05-04-2013 00:32
(Original post by joe-baldwin)
- 05-04-2013 00:38
Given the FA's anti-discrimination policies (including the support for the 'kick racism out of football' campaign), should they allow PDC (who gave fascist salutes to the crowd twice with Lazio) to manage a premier league team?
I'm sort of torn between freedom of speech and expression; and my opposition to any public support for Nazism in Europe
As for the racism issue, he isn't racist. At no point in his career has he done anything racist, as a manager he hasn't ever discriminated against any players because of their race, he's not a racist.
Also, if the FA started banning people from being managers because of their political ideology, where does it end? If the chairman is a Christian could he ban managers who don't share the same religious beliefs as him?