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    442
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    Conte has used the old chestnut of not being able to hear the monkey chants aparantly aimd at Lukaku.

    He may well be right but to not defend his player by saying racism is wrong sits uneasy with me. It’s like juve and the Kean situation again where the captain and managed failed to condemn it.

    Not going to post the video on here. Italy has a serious problem.

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    Chucky McChuckface
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    I just don’t understand these morons.

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    steveosnakeeye
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    to my mind the answer would be for all non white players to never sign for an italian club, see how they get on then …..ridiculous in this day and age but thats man for you we are not a nice species end of

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    Moos
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    Racism is in every country, in other countries around the world its a regular deadly affair. We ourselves have racism at games almost every week.

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    newbalance
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    It’s because it exists in society.

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    442
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    Yes, agree with all that lads, Think we’re going to see more of this and it has hit our grounds and chelsea’s Over the last few seasons.

    Point and boo at individuals who do it, pour your beer over the morons and generally make them feel not welcome.

    Fully support players and teams not fulfilling fixtures if it continues. What is wrong with people.

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    Moos
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    United have it bad. My United pal says it happens in every game but you only hear about when it’s a crowd doing the abusing, the odd ones go unnoticed.

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    Moos
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    The man upstairs must do a Noah flood again there’s too many wars, physcos, murderers, rapists, killers, terrorism, abusers of every kind. You never gonna get rid of them all.

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    newbalance
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    Precisely Moos.

    It’s not football’s responsibility alone to stamp out racism.

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    Pagan
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    Isms are a big problem made worse by social media, people used to sit at home watching footy and the like and in a fit of rage they would say or think to themselves unpleasant things, things that they don’t necessarily believe and in a more rational state of mind wouldn’t say and in the cold light of day would be deeply ashamed in doing so, now however they post it online, and once done there’s no going back, not sure quite how you stop that.

    Obviously there are the minority who are racist, homophobic etc, and at matches and in general life it’s up to society in general to make it unacceptable ….Pagan

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    steveosnakeeye
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    its OK we were all wrong the Inter Fans have confirmed Calgari fans were and are not racist and neither are they and the problem doesnt exist in italy as it does in other nations as its just a form of respect!

    https://www.msn.com/en-gb/sport/football/racism-is-not-a-real-problem-in-italy-inters-curva-nord-fans-defend-cagliari-after-lukaku-abuse/ar-AAGL6Zh?ocid=spartanntp

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    Stevo… Inter Led by Conte who, I think, by extension is a racist because he didnt defend his player… (I wonder if Lukaku still thinks he’s still the best manager in the world). Strangely, Conte worked at Juve under a racist director of football and when Everton’s teenage striker Moise Kean was racially abused by fans, his manager, Allegri and club captain blamed the player.

    Rather than tackle the problem, Juve sold the player. You can wear the black and white of Juve but it appears you cannot be a black player at the club or anywhere in Italy.

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