The Rooney Rule

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  1. chris8812

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  2. Europe

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    How many times are they going to give Ince a job. He was just fired again. This is why you don't have a multiracial society.
     
  3. Matra1

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    All these leftist ideas begin in American sport then spread across the Atlantic. It's as if all the leading people in the West are just cultural lemmings following whatever is done in New York City.

    BTW blacks are a much smaller percentage of the UK population than in the US so it's hardly surprising they are not as prominent (yet) in UK sport.Edited by: Matra1
     
  4. Rebajlo

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    Matra1 - That may be true, but the football establishment is trying it's hardest to increase the black presence through disproportionate recruitment of the British-born variety coupled with the massimportation of African and French-born ******* specimens.

    Europe - Black "managers" are a painful joke. Ince is a proven loser, as is the corpulent John Barnes. Remember fat boy Barnes' glorious stints at Celtic and Tranmere? [​IMG]Hell, even African national federations always opt for White managers.

    However, Youmay allbe interested to know that the English F.A. employs a black manager, Jamaican-born Noel Blake, to coach the England U-18s, U-19s and U-20s:

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    That's reassuring...
     
  5. Europe

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    Paul Ince has another job. This time coaching Blackpool, a team that includes his son.
     

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