Random but relevant.

Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Angelcynn, May 7, 2007.

  1. Angelcynn

    Angelcynn Guru

    Mar 6, 2007
    Outside North America
    Saturday was the last day of lower league football in England. The Championship (league below premiership) was won by Sunderland (whiter than most teams) and Birmingham city also enjoyed automatic promotion in 2nd place. The 4 teams who made the playoffs Derby, West Brom, Wolves and Southampton are all very closely matched and have all been relegated from the Premiership within the last 3 years. West Brom look the best with a hatrick from former England striker Kevin Philips in a 7-0 win. Getting to the point I saw this very interesting game from League one which is two divisions below the Premiership. I've never seen this in a team (in England) apart from Arsenal but all of Swansea's defence was black and even their goalkeeper was black!!! They were all well over 6ft aswell, very big strong looking guys. From the camera they actually all looked like clones as they all had the same shiney bold head. Anyway this team Swansea (needed to win to get into playoffs) played Blackpool (already qualified for playoffs) who are a completely white team. As the modern day belief has it you'd think that the all white attack of Blackpool (who were all under 6ft) would have a tough time about scoring against this all black defense of Swansea. WRONG! The Blackpool attack simply ran riot against the Swansea defense and were eventual 6-3 winners with 3 absolutley cracking goals scored (Andy Morrell got a hatrick). These white attackers who were dwarfed in size compared the black defense totaly outpaced, outskilled and outwitted them. A great example of the white athlete.
  2. Solomon Kane

    Solomon Kane Mentor

    Jul 3, 2006
    Good news, Englishman! It's to be hoped that victories like these will raise the profiles of the teams and players involved (and more importantly, the awareness of the fan of the skill of the white footballer).
  3. OC football

    OC football Guru

    Jan 13, 2006
    Don't give up on those taller players though. Germany might have something comming with its unusually large lineup.

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