Fascist to Manage Football Club

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posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 04:33 PM
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Stu I can not stand them and to me they are nothing but a bunch of german paedos squatting in buck house. You can tell they are a bunch of dodgy twats by the company they keep. Charles mentor for 50 yrs? Running arround buck house in trainers and track suit? Marriage guidance for Lady Diana?
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posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 04:45 PM
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To be honest I think David Milliband is better than his Brother, He I may have voted for. Far more steel in that brother.



posted on Apr, 1 2013 @ 05:27 PM
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When something of actual political import happens in Ireland, the Irish people aren't bothered. The banks have robbed the country, politicians are still receiving ridiculous wages(like footballers), families are being thrown out of their homes, natural resources are being sold off to private interests, financially destitute people are committing suicide...and on and on. Does anyone give a f**k??? But when the Irish football team doesn't perform as well as expected......lord above, they're howling for blood on every street corner!


Replace Ireland with England and your post would be equally as accurate.
Seems we have more in common than many care to admit.

As for Di Canio; who cares about his political beliefs as long as he doesn't spout them publicly or let them effect his team selection, (which I don't know why it would)?
Would there have been as much an outcry if someone with 'left-wing' beliefs was appointed?

Got to say I was a bit surprised at the timing of O'Neill's sacking.
I used to be quite a fan of O'Neill but time seems to have passed him by, he was a manager very much in the Cloughie mould and I'm not sure that's quite what's needed in today's football.

If I was a Mackem I'd be a bit more worried about Di Canio's lack of top flight experience, which can be invaluable in a relegation dog fight, than I would his political affiliations.

Personally I think his appointment will further dismay many English football fans, another foreign club owner appoints another foreign manager.
I'm not anti-foreigner as such but I just wonder at the lack of domestic talent coming through both as footballers and managers.
Would Bill Shankley or Brian Clough get a chance with a big club nowadays?
Where are the next Bob Paisley's or Jock Stein's?

But I guess that's a discussion for another thread.



posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 08:14 AM
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Originally posted by stumason
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Exactly.... Politics has no place in sport, so it matters not if the guy is a fascist. Besides, he is right, being a fascist doesn't make you a racist.

In fact, fascism as an ideology makes no distinction between races, it merely deals with how the state operates and what is expected of it's citizens, no matter their colour.

Just because some wacky Austrian claimed to be a fascist and murdered millions it doesn't mean the ideology of fascism is unsound.


Absolutely. Here in the southern US, we have many racists, both white and black. There are a few Fascists, and I have never known one to be racist. Since the majority have been conditioned by a Leftist media to associate Fascism with racism, few fascists "come out". Only Fascists know other Fascists.



posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 01:39 PM
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For me it's a case of Jewish Milliband getting his zionist media pals to make a stink about nothing.

Milliband has a new job in New York so he was leaving anyway. Just one more whine before he leaves.

Was it last year that Prince Harry appeared in a Nazi costume. Didn't stop him continuing in his various duties. Mind you he had to go shoot a shedload of Muslims to make up for it.



posted on Apr, 3 2013 @ 08:34 AM
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That is also my thoughts on this. Politics and football? Screaming about the evil nazi football manager, whilst arming terrorists in Syria at the same time. miliband the zionist scumbag should be in the dock along side his m8 tony b liar.
I wish Di canio all the best and hope he does well.



posted on Apr, 3 2013 @ 09:47 AM
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And now we have Brighton fans complaining about 'homophobic abuse', www.bbc.co.uk...

It's football banter and it's gone on for years and adds character and humour to our game and long may it continue.

But I've got to wonder what has happened to the 'beautiful game'?



posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 06:24 AM
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Originally posted by RAY1990
not only that he is a self admitted Fascist.


No, he isn't. Di Canio has DENIED being a fascist.

And, anyway, I don't remember there being all this fuss about him supposedly being a fascist when he was the manager of Swindon Town. So why has all this fuss started now, as soon as he becomes manager of Sunderland?

As someone wrote in a letter in today's newspaper: "A Marxist (such as David Miliband) is nastier, politically, than a Fascist (such as, supposedly, Di Canio) but, for some reason, only one of those is deemed acceptable."

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posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 06:31 AM
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Originally posted by illuminnaughty
the royal family love goose stepping about in nazi uniforms as well.


No, they don't. How many Royals - apart from Prince Harry, at a FANCY DRESS party - do you see dressed as Nazis?

Remember, Prince Philip served in the Royal Navy during the war and fought the Nazis. The Queen, when she was Princess Elizabeth, was a lorry driver and mechanic in the Women's Auxiliary Territorial Service during the war.

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posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 07:02 AM
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Originally posted by Freeborn
And now we have Brighton fans complaining about 'homophobic abuse', www.bbc.co.uk...

It's football banter and it's gone on for years and adds character and humour to our game and long may it continue.

But I've got to wonder what has happened to the 'beautiful game'?


No idea mate, but I long since stopped going to Brighton games... but I can tell you that gay chants where used in my youth (mid 40s now) and those fans got as good as they gave.. as you say, banter.. but I am not sure, some around here have been using the term precious flowers about it, and digging a little I had heard some of the chants include "does your boyfriend know your here?" or "We can see you holding hands!" which if I am honest seem a lot less insulting than the ones I heard in my youth.

But then, the world has changed since then and I might just be an oldie who is too senile to know what he is talking about..



posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 09:47 AM
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Originally posted by Sicksicksick

Originally posted by RAY1990
not only that he is a self admitted Fascist.


No, he isn't. Di Canio has DENIED being a fascist.

And, anyway, I don't remember there being all this fuss about him supposedly being a fascist when he was the manager of Swindon Town. So why has all this fuss started now, as soon as he becomes manager of Sunderland?

As someone wrote in a letter in today's newspaper: "A Marxist (such as David Miliband) is nastier, politically, than a Fascist (such as, supposedly, Di Canio) but, for some reason, only one of those is deemed acceptable."

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He never came out and said that till after this thread... it was understood at the time he was in his own words a "fascist not a racist" though he has also said he was mis-quoted in that 2005 interview.

I agree with you on the fact that this was only news when he came here to Sunderland, the irony of it is something I have always pointed out when it's came up in conversation. Both forms of those political ideologies have been painted with a bad brush throughout our recent history and personally in this age of equality and diversity that Britain is so eager to implement people simply have a right to believe what they wish.



posted on Apr, 8 2013 @ 09:59 AM
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Originally posted by Freeborn
And now we have Brighton fans complaining about 'homophobic abuse', www.bbc.co.uk...

It's football banter and it's gone on for years and adds character and humour to our game and long may it continue.

But I've got to wonder what has happened to the 'beautiful game'?


Totally agree, commercialised football is probably the problem... football was once a man's sport and that has changed a lot recently from the percentage of who or what goes to games and also the definition of man.

Banter between clubs is a big part of football but the way the game is going these days I wouldn't be suprised if they wanted to ban shouting in the next 10-15 years.

All this being said, some clubs are still old-school in terms of club management and fan base etc.





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