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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 batty boy. But context can be important, so, that gay friend calling himself a poof is fine.
You can’t use the word “yid”, even when playing Spurs, the self-styled Yid Army. Instead, use the Cockney rhyming slang, perhaps, such as Dustbin Lid or front wheel kids.
Anyhow, thanks to Liverpool FC we know that these are the most offensive names to call another human beings; so when you really want to insult the oppostion, check the list, you f***ing *unt.



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