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Presented Without Comment: John Terry And His Anti-Racism Captain’s Armband…

By Chris Wright

Does… not… compute…

(Photo: Efrem Lukatsky/AP/Press Association Images)

(*okay, so there was a little comment)

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By Chris on October 24th, 2012 in Champions League, Chelsea. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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7 Responses to “Presented Without Comment: John Terry And His Anti-Racism Captain’s Armband…”

  1. Fnarf says:

    Phew! There’s that problem sorted then.

  2. Fat Nakago says:

    Considering that he’s not a racist, there should be no problem then.

  3. hulltiger says:

    for all intensive purposes PJT is a racist. and by racist I mean not a racist by law but convicted as a racial offender on the field; whether he is racist, who knows? He helps unite against racism by bringing together everyone to unite against pointless racial arguments which do, in fact, shed light on the whole racism in football situation, and perhaps garners a unique situation which manifests itself as a an extraordinary long comment on a Pies’ photo which to our knowledge, offers a substantially small amount (approaching 0) of intellectual worth.

  4. JLBK says:

    @hultiger – I think you meant “For all intents and purposes”…unfortunately that’s not the only thing that doesn’t make sense in your comment (e.g. the whole thing)

  5. Milkchew says:

    Did he actually play or do that thing he does?

  6. ozilsglasses says:

    saw this picture in the dictionary under the definition of irony

  7. sleeba says:

    …and on and on it goes. Let he cast the first stone and all that…
    His problem was denial not the actual word, using the word black and cunt in the same sentence, but coming up with a really lame back up story. Had he had come out, put his hands up and accepted he said it, whether provoked or not he would be free by now. But the cause and effect now is like a tidal wave of bandwagon jumping and repeated articles of boredom. The fact is that the existence of real racism is being watered down and is being overlooked. The PR friendly campaigns being launched left right and centre with their crap slogans reek of…well they just reek. I want to hear what happens on the pitch not off, not about fucking armbands, court cases and campaigns just plain black and white football.

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