1. It was singling out black players.1. It wasn't racist as all I said is that I found the black players to be England's best performers.
2. It was to save time typing as I have stated numerous times.
3. If I said ginger players played badly you would probably jump on that (hypothetical)
4. In your misplaced frustration you have started a witch hunt against me on an issue that was besides my point.
mate drop it, we all have. clearly everyone is very ******* ****** off at the game and has short tempers1. It was singling out black players.
2. Was still unnecessary.
3. Ginger's aren't a race.
4. Misplaced frustration? I was glad about tonight's result. I found it funny.
Listen bud, I don't think people are claiming he's in the same league as Hitler it's just an odd thing to say that all the black people played better in the exact same way it'd be odd to say all the brown haired people played better, would you not agree?Listen bud, your argument and logic is pathetic.
Racism is having preconceptions about a race, or treating people of a certain race differently, or seeing them differently.
What he said isn't racism. What he did was group players by a common trait. He could have grouped them by the colour of their boots. Their race is something they had in common. Don't blow it out of proportion. He wasn't being malicious.
forgot to add, look as the easy passing triangles it creates, perfect if you want to play a fairly agressive possession game,
Why would you misquote somebody and then put it in speechmarks?Listen bud, I don't think people are claiming he's in the same league as Hitler it's just an odd thing to say that all the black people played better in the exact same way it'd be odd to say all the brown haired people played better, would you not agree?
Then he said some jargon about "if I said white people were better than fair enough" which still isn't racist just sort of naiive I guess as IF his original comment was racist to black people it'd be equally racist to white people. Thats all and sorreh to spam
Heskey holds the ball up well and brings in midfield players, Crouch is more of a target for crosses as he doesn't have the stength just the insane height. Gerrard's goal against England is a good example of him doing this and Crouch's goals against (I think) Mexico are a good example of him doing it.i agree only johnson and becks can deliver proper crosses why play hesky when no1 can deliver worldclass crosses