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Rod Liddle

Real football fans don’t care about race

21 July 2018

9:00 AM

21 July 2018

9:00 AM

It’s middle-class commentators – not supporters – who seem obsessed with the number of black players

There were altogether too many darkies in England’s World Cup Squad for me to take any pleasure in their moderate achievements out in Russia. They did not represent me. I learned this via the Guardian in an article by a man called Steve Bloomfield who insisted that the team represented only the 48 per cent of Britons who voted Remain, because there were too many ‘players of colour’ in the side for the likes of us gammon-faced scumbag racist Leavers.

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