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Arsenal: Frimpong Wonders Why ‘Racist’ Gunners Never Pick A Black Goalkeeper

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ARSENAL tyro Emmanuel Frimpong might not be all that bright. Not in the Gunners’ squad to play Chelsea in tonight’s Capital One Cup, Frimpong, 21, was asked on Twitter why he thought he hadn’t made the cut. He replied:

”LOL I wanna laugh. Sometimes I wish I was white and English #realtalk”.

Hey, doesn’t everyone want to be one of God’s own people (see Ukip handbook)?

But the Sun spots not a wally making a foolish comment but the “sparks” of a “race row” and “an amazing race storm”.

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Posted: 29th, October 2013 | In: Sports | Comment


Explaining racism to Arsenal’s Emmanuel Frimpong and ‘Scum Yids’

THE FA have charged Arsenal player Emmanuel Frimpong with improper conduct for a tweet in which the injured player called a Spurs fan “Scum Yid”. That was in response to the Spurs fans tweeting Frimpong: “I prayed you break your arms and legs.”

As the Spurs fan reels in pain at the mean name calling, doubtless too traumatised by the sheer horror to check his inbox, the FA go on the record:

“Arsenal’s Emmanuel Frimpong has been charged under FA Rule E3 for improper conduct in relation to recent comments made on Twitter. The allegation is that Frimpong posted comments amounting to improper conduct and/or which brought the game into disrepute, which included a reference to ethnic origin, faith or race.”

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Posted: 25th, July 2012 | In: Key Posts, Sports | Comment


Arsenal Enforcer Emmanuel Frimpong Slaps Jack Wilshere On Twitter: Good Riddance To Samir Nasri

WHILE Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger attempts to take the pressure off his young players by telling media that beating Udinese in the Champions’ League is “not critical,” the Gunners’ teenage midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong assures the manager that he can handle himself.

Granted, after being at the club for nine years, 19-year-old Frimpong managed to get himself sent off on his home Premier League debut – an old head does not come quick. But his attitude to his team-mate Jack Wilshere’s tweet to the departing Samir Nasri is on the right lines:

Wilshere tweeted:

“Good luck to my friend @Nanas08 (mr Nasri) learnt a lot from him. World class player! Will be missed!”

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Posted: 24th, August 2011 | In: Sports | Comment