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About mcfad

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  1. anyone want owens second or shearers?
  2. Owen goal
  3. i did tell you after the grimbsy game that the site i had with the downloads on would have all the goals from the season well i have i aint going to put all of them up but i think owens first one is the best, so will put that one up that ok?
  4. If you find that I'll register on your site. Spammer! 50352[/snapback] i aint spamming, I have provided you with great goals lol
  5. i'll have a dig around but i doubt very likley i'll get it.
  6. We have to register? 50348[/snapback] most of them our bandwidth if i open it up, the bandwidth has gone in seconds mate lol shearer elbow http://bouncy-beats.com/FootieLounge/index...t=ST&f=13&t=202
  7. ok http://bouncy-beats.com/FootieLounge/index...t=ST&f=13&t=201 also dont know wether its worth adding that site to favourites, as its new and it will have all downloads, well whatever is requested
  8. nearest i can find is this http://cache.gettyimages.com/comp/56020268...C9EDBE4E6F952F6
  9. i'll dig the goal out now for you's will be bout 10 minutes.
  10. kicked him, he got a shock and leon osman next to him nearly p!ssed hiself laughin
  11. i am an everton fan and was their last night, it was p!ss funny, nothing was happening and then the little kid ran on and booted him and ran back off, whole crowd cheered even the boro fans.
  12. ah did they knock spurs out? bein an everton fan we have boro, come on everton 49762[/snapback] Badge sorted 49813[/snapback] Ah cheers well done last night, i can get that goal if you's want it.
  13. ah did they knock spurs out? bein an everton fan we have boro, come on everton
  14. was a while back for a liverpool newspaper If you saw a gang of lads racially abusing someone in the street, would you turn a blind eye? Would you expect others to? Thought not, so what is so different about a football match? Racism is a big factor in football, but not many people realise it, they are ignorant and refuse to believe that it is a big deal. Racism in football is the main issue here. Did you know that Viv Anderson, John Barnes and Luther Blissett, were part of the handful of black players that played English football professionally, whilst suffering terrible racial discrimination at the same time? Nowadays there are more black players than there are white in some football teams - but that does not stop the abuse that they get. Do you know how many black managers there were going back a couple of years? Two. Keith Alexzander, at Lincoln City, and Carlton Palmer at Stockport, but how many white ones are there? Racism suffered by black players before the 1990’s was seen as normal, it was almost made as acceptable! Black players seemed to become more rightly accepted in the early 1990’s, it seems that we have a lot to thank black players for because they took an awful lot of abuse from fans up and down the country, and all they ever wanted to do was play a game of football and help their team out, they got so much grief over it, all just because of their skin colour. Although big name stars like Thierry Henry, Keiron Dyer and Rio Ferdinand are all black they still face racial remarks, whilst playing for their team. They even get missiles thrown at them, in a stadium with 50,000 people in it! Surely someone must see it happening, and when they do, do they turn a blind eye? These people are as bad as the racists themselves. But we can not tar everyone with the same brush, not all football fans are hooligans, I'm not. Only a small minority are. It is not just fans that are racist, even some players have been accused of it too, take Woodgate and Bowyer. They tainted the reputation of English football when they went on trial for beating up Sarfraz Najeib, even though only one of them was found guilty of punching him. If fans are banned from stadiums and are not allowed to attend matches for violence, hooliganism and racism, then so should the players. It should be the same rule applies for everyone, surely players shouldn’t even be allowed to play for their country anymore, but most importantly would you want them to? Liverpool and Everton could become pioneers in getting racism out of football - take the likes of Tim Cahill and Steven Gerrard, the two young, famous players of the city idolised by plenty of children. If they fronted a new campaign their actions could help educate the next generation and inform them about different cultures, and racial equality. Footballs main Racism campaign is ‘Lets kick it out’. They aim to challenge racism and rid it from every aspect of the game. The campaign was started in 1993 and has the backing of the Premiership’s governing bodies. Many famous players have been the face of the newly launched campaign, even local players such as Everton’s Chinese international, Li Tie. Everton fan Tanvir Akram knows all too well about racism. “When I was young I witnessed racist abuse at the Baseball ground, when one of my friends was hit over the head, and had his head cracked open, he was only 11 and the other lads where 16/17” Tanvir told me that he was too uncomfortable to travel to Liverpool to see his beloved Everton play, for fear of Racial abuse. “There is still that fear, the uncomfortable feeling that something might happen...But one day I will fulfil my dream and travel to Goodison, hopefully” Should people have to worry so much when all they want to do is watch their football team? Racial abuse is terrifying people, and it should be stopped. All players should be treated fairly, because everyone has the same rights as each other, and that means on and off the football pitch.