Against Modern Football!

Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Porthos, May 10, 2012.

  1. ThePhilosopher

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  2. Porthos

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    Browsing the web I find this about Man City on Wikipedia. Supposedly they (and I presume other big teams too) have some special "work permit clubs", so as to make it even easier to import boatloads of Africans to Europe :icon_eek: :
    [h=3]Work permit clubs[/h]Following the trend of other major English clubs, Manchester City has a series of agreements with clubs to whom they can loan youth players from non-EU countries who otherwise would need to serve five years of residence in the UK to earn an EU passport granting them the ability to play in England without needing a work permit. Primarily the countries of Benelux and Scandinavia are viewed as the shortest way of achieving this.

     
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    It was stupid what Rakitic did, and I definitely don't like all his tattoos, but media blew it out of proportion, even calling it a "gay kiss", which is ridiculous.
    It's hard to believe Rakitic is a homosexual - he just recently got married with his Spanish girlfriend and they have a daughter.
     
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    Phew!
    Thansk for that,for I was actually thinking that he was goind to follow in the footsteps of such luminaries as Justin Fashanu and Thomas Hitzlsperger.
     
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    Yes,a sad phenomenon which helps in darkening the game.

    Also,ManCity is actually buying up many clubs across the globe:

    [h=1]Man City buy stake in Japanese club YF Marinos[/h]



    Not good for the game....at all.
     
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    ... and of course there is the "African academies" business. Man City seems to directly own two of these "puppy mills": Mpumalanga Black Aces and Right to Dream Academy :afro: I wonder what would happen if there was a "White Aces" academy established somewhere in Russia for example, but I digress... So now it's not enough to buy a bunch of blacks from France or Brazil for example, but they have to go all the way to the source and grow their own negroes, while alienating their potential homegrown White talent base which is increasingly repelled by a game that is fast becoming a domain of aliens. How can someone support and identify with this type of club (Dubai owned, filled with Africans and other foreigners, yet somehow magically "English", representing Manchester) is beyond me... but hey - given the society of brainwashed, materialistic zombies we have become, it's no wonder...

    Machiavelli comes to mind: "The prince merely has to keep the past institutions intact, while adapting these institutions to current events." - the Prince being the current powers-elites, past institutions in this case being football clubs with great tradition, many of whom had a strong identity and strong geographical, class, religious, ethnic and/or political affiliations. While keeping the outward appearances "intact" (the "brand"), these clubs are being emptied of their substance and transformed into nondescript artificial multicultural cesspools and multinational corporations ("adapting these institutions to current events") under the noses of an ever more emaciated fan-base. This is the essence of modern football.
     
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    Well said. 'Revolution within the form':

    http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Revolution_within_the_form
     
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    Javier Clemente (former Spain Coach) on the stupid goal celebration below ( 6:0 goal celebration! :noidea:):
    "When you've just let in a goal and then four guys start acting like idiots… then yes, I'd punish them. I'd ban them for five games each. Why? For acting like idiots..."

    [video=youtube;3y7qU8ioub8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3y7qU8ioub8[/video]
     
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    Udinese-Milan 2-1, Milan playing in yellow-green kits. These "third color" kits are becoming ever more ridiculous. Milan used to be the "rossoneri" (red-blacks) - full stop! When playing away, they would play in white kits with red-black details. Today everything is mixed up and jersey colors are changing every year, like it's a fashion show (AC Milan's spring collection?).
    In the past couple of years, I've seen Juve appearing in pink kits, Barca in orange ones, Milan even appearing in golden "pimpy" jerseys (Balotelli looking great in these) and many other stupid over-the-top combinations. These things are a reflection of times - probably the product of some gay fashion consultant - but end up damaging the team identity and makes players look like idiots.

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    So is this now classified as a clash of colours?

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    They've been doing this (ie third jerseys) in England for some time. It's been somewhat controversial with fans, and especially parents of fans, as it always looked like a transparent attempt to sell more overpriced jerseys. I think they might have even clamped down on it due to the complaints.

    Those new Milan ones are not only ugly they rob the team of its identity.
     
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    Great banner seen at a EPL game.

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    Surprised no jew cried out "Anti-semitism".
     
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    rayo vallecano's gay jerseys for the new season:

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    i was looking at the qatari national team, and it is disgusting, many, many very dark blacks as expected (i already posted about the fascination for blacks in muslim countries since ancient times)
    many players are born outside of qatar, mainly in west africa or sudan, other middle-eastern countries , some come from northern africa (europe)
    out of the 23 players maybe half of them were born outside of qatar, and there are 5 players who are true mercenaries (born and developped in another country, only play for qatar because they have money)
    2 born and developped in france, 2 in west africa, one in algeria
    the 2 european ones are black and arab

    in some countries it is a lot worse (algeria for example with all the players developped in france) but at least the players have algerian origins

    qatar is expected to host the 2022 world cup
     
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    some pictures of atletico madrid players in china:

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    they have a marketing chinese player now

    the club was bought by the chinese

    it's good news for the racial makeup of the team, as it is perhaps the whitest top team in europe
    in china they love above all handsome white players like beckham
    it's not surprising that they seem to like fernando torres the most (and torres is most known for what he has done in england, the chinese love that league)
    but torres has been bad in the past seasons, he never came back from his injuries
     
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    not sure if it was in this thread, but we talked about how neuer was trying to show off a lot, and many german goalkeepers have tried to do the same now

    it paid off for ter steigen today:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tf2wl7_YXqs

    [video=youtube;Tf2wl7_YXqs]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tf2wl7_YXqs[/video]

    very big win for athletic bilbao,it's only a minor trophy though
     

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