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Anorak | Liverpool say Luis Suarez can call black staff a negrito but Yids and poofs are banned

Liverpool say Luis Suarez can call black staff a negrito but Yids and poofs are banned

by | 31st, July 2013

NO need to worry any longer what words and phrases are acceptable at Anfield. Liverpool Football Club have provided its staff with a list of unacceptable utterances off the pitch.

Below the headings race/religion, sexual orientation, gender and disability, we see the list below:

And straight away we see that negrito , the phrase Luis Suarez used to describe Manchester Untied’s Patrice Evra is not on the list. Liverpool’s former player Alan Hansen, now talking on the BBC’s Match of the Day , should note that coloured is not on. But dago, spade and white trash are.
Saying “you’re gay” is not on. But you can call someone an uphill gardener, fudge packer or

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  • Demostines

    lol

  • Kraken

    Except, he didn’t say negrito. He said negro.

    After all the focus on the Suarez case, you’d expect people to get basic facts right

  • patrick apea

    examples of a few words worth listening out for….i think a fifth grader will appreciate the word “examples” ..obviously there could be more …..i think whoever wrote this article is an inspiration to all crack heads that anybody, just anybody…could be a juno…

  • Yampster

    Is Juno another term for a dinner masher then?

  • peterrobin

    I wonder whether Suarez will be around with Liverpool long enough to learn what terms are banned…..something for him to get his teeth into if he stays with LUFC

  • Anoraks

    No. He says he said negrito. Only Evra heard him talk.

  • Anoraks

    Maybe a list of words that fans can say would clear thing up? Hand the fans a song sheet and make them stick to it

  • Anoraks

    Also not on the list

  • Kraken

    Oddly, that’s not what Evra said to the FA commission. In the FA report, Evra claims that Suarez said:

    “Porque tu eres negro”
    “No hablo con los negros”
    “Dale, negro…negro…negro”

    Not one ‘Negrito’ in there. Learn to do some investigation before publishing nonsense.

  • Anoraks

    So Evra claimed. Suarez says he used the term negro once. Evra said he used it 10 times; then seven. Alex Ferguson allegedly said five times. Other reports are just once. . Evra: ‘There are cameras, you can see him. He says a certain word to me at least 10 times.’

    He later said 10 was a ‘figure of speech in France’.

    Then Evra said Suarez was not a racist. The FA agreed.

    The Mail:

    Suarez was charged and banned by the FA for eight games for repeatedly calling Patrice Evra ‘negrito’ during a clash between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield in October.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2155343/Daniel-Pacheco-calls-Glen-Johnson-negrito.html#ixzz2azF5ADuo

    It’s hard to investigate the full facts when only Evra heard the word and Suarez said he never meant it as a racial slur. It becomes guesswork.

  • Kraken

    In both cases then the two involved parties have stated the word used was Negro, whether it’s 1 time or 10. Negrito was a myth perpetrated by the press, which you are now helping to perpetuate. Plus, ‘The Daily Mail’ as a source, really?