Racism In Soccer

23 May 19
IQ

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22 May 19
osteenjames.blogspot.com

Raheem Sterling: Social media & T-shirts not enough to combat racism https://bbc.in/30xZaiF Sterling has become a role model for speaking out against racism England and Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling says boycotting social media and wearing T-shirts is “not enough” to combat racism and there must be “harder punishments”. Sterling, 24, was speaking at the […]

22 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Raheem Sterling: Social media & T-shirts not enough to combat racism https://bbc.in/30xZaiF Sterling has become a role model for speaking out against racism England and Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling says boycotting social media and wearing T-shirts is “not enough” to combat racism and there must be “harder punishments”. Sterling, 24, was speaking at the […]

22 May 19

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling, who is leading the fight against racism in soccer, said on Tuesday he hoped to talk to officials at England’s Football Association and the Premier League about combating the menace. Sterling told a conference in New York that the hectic nature of a footballer’s schedule was the only thing that […]

22 May 19
Seoul Stages

Once again, these are some texts I enjoyed reading (or that I hope to read soon) during this semester. I begin with some news pieces, followed by recent research papers related to Korean theatre, music, and, and other topics of common interest (including Greek tragedy, North Korean mass games, tent theatres, and of course pansori, […]

22 May 19
Newsy Today

WILLENHALL, England – The candidates walked the ballroom passage to the lofts and the corporate rock, turning at the lectern delivering pitches to the Brexit Party: a cross-headed Tory who knew he was at mastering through managers in their soccer club; former Labor voter and son of coal miner whose home town was annoying Margaret […]

22 May 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

WILLENHALL, England — The candidates walked down the ballroom aisle to loud ovations and corporate rock, taking turns at the lectern delivering pitches for the Brexit Party: a deep-pocketed Tory known for churning through managers at his soccer club; an ex-Labour voter and son of a coal miner whose hometown despised Margaret Thatcher; a dental […]

22 May 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

WILLENHALL, England — The candidates walked down the ballroom aisle to loud ovations and corporate rock, taking turns at the lectern delivering pitches for the Brexit Party: a deep-pocketed Tory known for churning through managers at his soccer club; an ex-Labour voter and son of a coal miner whose hometown despised Margaret Thatcher; a dental […]

22 May 19
News Archives Uk

FOOTIE's ace, Wayne Rooney, was raging last night after his brother was filmed, with far-right activist Tommy Robinson. The clip, taken in the restroom of a pub, shows Graham Rooney, 31, with an arm around the founder of the English Defense League. Graham is seen smiling and gurning alongside Tommy Robinson, founder of EDL Wayne, […]

21 May 19
The Scottish Sun
FOOTIE ace Wayne Rooney was raging last night after his brother was filmed looking pally with far-right activist Tommy Robinson. The clip, taken in a pub’s toilets, shows Graham Rooney, 31, with an arm around the English Defence League founder. Graham is seen grinning and gurning alongside EDL founder Tommy Robinson Wayne, 33, was said to be “angry and disappointed” with Graham, with a pal telling the Sun: “Wayne has no truck with Tommy Robinson or his politics. All he can hope is that his brother wasn’t fully aware of who he was with and what he was doing.” In the footage, Graham grins and gurns alongside Robinson — who is campaigning to be an MEP in tomorrow’s elections. A third man at the Slaughter House pub in Liverpool can be heard yelling: “F***ing sniff.” Robinson then shouts: “Go on Rooney!” Graham seems dazed and unable to speak. In another clip the third man, who has not been identified, urges Robinson to “tell ’em what you’re having now”. Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, replies: “No, I can’t! That’s going to be in a newspaper!” The men then chuckle. The video was taken just hours after Robinson appeared at a rally in Merseyside. The activist is reviled by millions after forming the EDL in 2009 on an anti-Islam ticket. He is now standing as an independent candidate for the North West in the European Parliament elections. Yesterday a brick was lobbed at his team’s van in Preston, Lancs, following a string of protests over his campaign. Wayne has rarely spoken of his political beliefs but is known to be a huge supporter of football’s Show Racism the Red Card campaign. BROUGHT SHAME In 2012, during the US elections, he tweeted: “I would vote for [Barack] Obama.” Last night his friends said he was fuming over Graham’s antics. One pal said: “Wayne has spent the last 17 years sharing dressing rooms with players from every creed, colour and race. “He will be furious about what Graham has done. He has brought shame on the family name.” The two brothers and their younger sibling John, 28, all started out in Everton’s youth teams. Wayne went on to star for England and Man United, and is now in the US at the Major League Soccer club D.C. United. John has also played for the MLS and is back in England at National League club Barrow. Graham, who lives with their parents in West Derby, has never turned professional. In 2012 he was caught drunk behind the wheel of his Audi at home and his solicitor said he was earning £350 a week. He got a two-year driving ban for the offence. Graham is not the only person to be pictured with Robinson at the Slaughter House. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN UK NEWS” posts_category=”141″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this month, Man City goalkeeper Ederson apologised after a photo emerged of him with the controversial politician. Ederson tweeted: “I definitely not (sic) support this guy or his ideas. He just stopped me for a picture. I had no idea who he was.” At the time the Slaughter House said: “As soon as the staff members were made aware of who [Robinson] was, our management team arrived to inform the person he was not welcome in our establishment.” Wayne Rooney’s friends say the ex-Man U and Everton star was fuming over his brother’s antics Wayne is currently in Washington where he is playing for D.C. United GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk [bc_video video_id=”6038499444001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Youths throw objects into crowd at Tommy Robinson supporters in Oldham, Greater Manchester”]
21 May 19
The Sun
FOOTIE ace Wayne Rooney was raging last night after his brother was filmed looking pally with far-right activist Tommy Robinson. The clip, taken in a pub’s toilets, shows Graham Rooney, 31, with an arm around the English Defence League founder. Graham is seen grinning and gurning alongside EDL founder Tommy Robinson Wayne, 33, was said to be “angry and disappointed” with Graham, with a pal telling the Sun: “Wayne has no truck with Tommy Robinson or his politics. All he can hope is that his brother wasn’t fully aware of who he was with and what he was doing.” In the footage, Graham grins and gurns alongside Robinson — who is campaigning to be an MEP in tomorrow’s elections. A third man at the Slaughter House pub in Liverpool can be heard yelling: “F***ing sniff.” Robinson then shouts: “Go on Rooney!” Graham seems dazed and unable to speak. In another clip the third man, who has not been identified, urges Robinson to “tell ’em what you’re having now”. Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, replies: “No, I can’t! That’s going to be in a newspaper!” The men then chuckle. The video was taken just hours after Robinson appeared at a rally in Merseyside. The activist is reviled by millions after forming the EDL in 2009 on an anti-Islam ticket. He is now standing as an independent candidate for the North West in the European Parliament elections. Yesterday a brick was lobbed at his team’s van in Preston, Lancs, following a string of protests over his campaign. Wayne has rarely spoken of his political beliefs but is known to be a huge supporter of football’s Show Racism the Red Card campaign. BROUGHT SHAME In 2012, during the US elections, he tweeted: “I would vote for [Barack] Obama.” Last night his friends said he was fuming over Graham’s antics. One pal said: “Wayne has spent the last 17 years sharing dressing rooms with players from every creed, colour and race. “He will be furious about what Graham has done. He has brought shame on the family name.” The two brothers and their younger sibling John, 28, all started out in Everton’s youth teams. Wayne went on to star for England and Man United, and is now in the US at the Major League Soccer club D.C. United. John has also played for the MLS and is back in England at National League club Barrow. Graham, who lives with their parents in West Derby, has never turned professional. In 2012 he was caught drunk behind the wheel of his Audi at home and his solicitor said he was earning £350 a week. He got a two-year driving ban for the offence. Graham is not the only person to be pictured with Robinson at the Slaughter House. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN UK NEWS” posts_category=”327″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this month, Man City goalkeeper Ederson apologised after a photo emerged of him with the controversial politician. Ederson tweeted: “I definitely not (sic) support this guy or his ideas. He just stopped me for a picture. I had no idea who he was.” At the time the Slaughter House said: “As soon as the staff members were made aware of who [Robinson] was, our management team arrived to inform the person he was not welcome in our establishment.” Wayne Rooney’s friends say the ex-Man U and Everton star was fuming over his brother’s antics Wayne is currently in Washington where he is playing for D.C. United GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk [bc_video video_id=”6038499444001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Youths throw objects into crowd at Tommy Robinson supporters in Oldham, Greater Manchester”]
21 May 19
The Irish Sun
FOOTIE ace Wayne Rooney was raging last night after his brother was filmed looking pally with far-right activist Tommy Robinson. The clip, taken in a pub’s toilets, shows Graham Rooney, 31, with an arm around the English Defence League founder. Graham is seen grinning and gurning alongside EDL founder Tommy Robinson Wayne, 33, was said to be “angry and disappointed” with Graham, with a pal telling the Sun: “Wayne has no truck with Tommy Robinson or his politics. All he can hope is that his brother wasn’t fully aware of who he was with and what he was doing.” In the footage, Graham grins and gurns alongside Robinson — who is campaigning to be an MEP in tomorrow’s elections. A third man at the Slaughter House pub in Liverpool can be heard yelling: “F***ing sniff.” Robinson then shouts: “Go on Rooney!” Graham seems dazed and unable to speak. In another clip the third man, who has not been identified, urges Robinson to “tell ’em what you’re having now”. Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, replies: “No, I can’t! That’s going to be in a newspaper!” The men then chuckle. The video was taken just hours after Robinson appeared at a rally in Merseyside. The activist is reviled by millions after forming the EDL in 2009 on an anti-Islam ticket. He is now standing as an independent candidate for the North West in the European Parliament elections. Yesterday a brick was lobbed at his team’s van in Preston, Lancs, following a string of protests over his campaign. Wayne has rarely spoken of his political beliefs but is known to be a huge supporter of football’s Show Racism the Red Card campaign. BROUGHT SHAME In 2012, during the US elections, he tweeted: “I would vote for [Barack] Obama.” Last night his friends said he was fuming over Graham’s antics. One pal said: “Wayne has spent the last 17 years sharing dressing rooms with players from every creed, colour and race. “He will be furious about what Graham has done. He has brought shame on the family name.” The two brothers and their younger sibling John, 28, all started out in Everton’s youth teams. Wayne went on to star for England and Man United, and is now in the US at the Major League Soccer club D.C. United. John has also played for the MLS and is back in England at National League club Barrow. Graham, who lives with their parents in West Derby, has never turned professional. In 2012 he was caught drunk behind the wheel of his Audi at home and his solicitor said he was earning £350 a week. He got a two-year driving ban for the offence. Graham is not the only person to be pictured with Robinson at the Slaughter House. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN UK NEWS” posts_category=”184″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Earlier this month, Man City goalkeeper Ederson apologised after a photo emerged of him with the controversial politician. Ederson tweeted: “I definitely not (sic) support this guy or his ideas. He just stopped me for a picture. I had no idea who he was.” At the time the Slaughter House said: “As soon as the staff members were made aware of who [Robinson] was, our management team arrived to inform the person he was not welcome in our establishment.” Wayne Rooney’s friends say the ex-Man U and Everton star was fuming over his brother’s antics Wayne is currently in Washington where he is playing for D.C. United GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk [bc_video video_id=”6038499444001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Youths throw objects into crowd at Tommy Robinson supporters in Oldham, Greater Manchester”]
21 May 19
Productivity Hub

Robbie Mullen joined rallies where fascist banners proclaimed “Hitler Was Right.” It was thrilling to offend—and to be hated.Illustration by Mike McQuade; photographs from Joel Goodman / London News Pictures / Zuma, and from HOPE Not Hate Nearly every Saturday afternoon in 2016, Robbie Mullen, a twenty-four-year-old warehouse worker, met with a group of neo-Nazis […]