Category Archives: Abuse

Is Suarez biting his way out of Liverpool?

Not many players could be shortlisted for the PFA Player of the Year Award on Friday, provide an assist and scoring a last-gasp equaliser on Sunday and still be talked about for the wrong reason.

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Will Rafa Benitez be the saviour of Chelsea FC this season?

A lot has been made of Rafa Benitez’ outspoken comments towards Chelsea fans and his confirmation that he will leave the club at the end of the season. By many, it has been labelled as a rant, an outburst by … Read more…

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Are Chelsea fans to blame for the Swansea result?

I was invited to the Chelsea vs Swansea game last night and, as a neutral, I wasn’t sure of what to expect, but it’s fair to say I wasn’t prepared for the events that unfolded. My pre-game thinking was that … Read more…

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Twitter has brought fans closer to football! Really?

Not to sound like your drunken uncle at a family reunion, but I remember back when Twitter started to rouse a bit of interest in the UK. But just like Facebook, sports entertainment and super-sized portions, the UK trailed the … Read more…

Posted in Abuse, Controversy in Football, England, Football, Football and Social Media, Player focus, Premier League, the FA, Twitter | 6 Comments

Hillsborough: Raw Scars, Opinion’s and Death Threats…Standard!

I was quite happy when I realised the womb I had emerged from belonged to a woman who resided in England. I could have ended up giving it large (and probably getting large) in America, being bought up as a … Read more…

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World Football Special: Is “Death to Arabs” just another football chant?

“Mavet la ‘aravim” is Hebrew for “Death to Arabs” and is regularly chanted at football grounds throughout Israel. It was recently recorded being sung by some fans after a Beitar Jerusalem victory before the same fans turned on a couple … Read more…

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