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18 October 2017 14:40 Post ID: #1557970
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To the black women racially abused by the mgr funny that 2 enquiries found nothing so let's have a third and fourth until we find some shit
Can you imagine any of our lot trying it on with Harris? I don't think so somehow!!!!!!
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18 October 2017 15:52 Post ID: #1557974 - in reply to #1557970
dublinlion - 18/10/2017 14:40

To the black women racially abused by the mgr funny that 2 enquiries found nothing so let's have a third and fourth until we find some shit
Can you imagine any of our lot trying it on with Harris? I don't think so somehow!!!!!!
Like brexit mate have more votes/enquires till they get what they want stinks of
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18 October 2017 18:53 Post ID: #1557992 - in reply to #1557970
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of course they should have apologised, they treated her badly, and then chickened out of sacking the manager, by bringing up some past behaviour, which they already knew about. Regardless of what you think about Aluko, in any business, the employees have the right to have their concerns treated with respect, the FA tried and failed to make it go away. Watch the Parliamentary hearing today, they just make it up as they go along. The didn't have the extra investigation to help her, they did it because they were found wanting.
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19 October 2017 07:45 Post ID: #1558024 - in reply to #1557970
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Are they fit to sit in judgement of others, they seem to break every rule that they fine and ban clubs/players/fans for offences they perpetrate themselves.
They slung every kind of shit at FIFA being corrupt but the only difference was that FIFA were using a different brand of corruption from the FA.
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19 October 2017 10:30 Post ID: #1558043 - in reply to #1557970
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At the end of the day it's just another in the long list of gravy trains.
Needs changing from top to bottom.
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19 October 2017 15:50 Post ID: #1558076 - in reply to #1558043
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Where did the FA come up with a figure of £80k in compensation? I suffered a broken hip once and received £12K. She suffered hurt feelings?
I’m sure there a better examples but £80K!
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19 October 2017 20:31 Post ID: #1558096 - in reply to #1557970
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thought this thread was about keeping the Lions under the cosh all these years
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19 October 2017 21:31 Post ID: #1558098 - in reply to #1557970
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I remember when we used to sing fuck the pope and the fa*
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