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English Premier League claims constant racism drama makes it most exciting in world

October 30, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The continuing media coverage of multiple racism allegations in the Premier League has caused the FA into its default PR cliché of it adding to the excitement which makes the league the best in the world.

Beginning with the long-running, bitter argument involving Liverpool’s Luis Suarez and Manchester United’s Patrice Evra, Anton Ferdinand and John Terry have had a public dispute of their own, which caused many supporters to laugh even harder when the Chelsea captain fell flat on his face at a crucial moment during the derby defeat to Arsenal at the weekend.

A Premier League spokesman said, “There isn’t another league in the world which can boast the amount of racism allegations that we have in England right now.

“Not only has our global reach resulted in viewers enjoying football played by men from an unrivalled variety of backgrounds and cultures, but there is now the added controversy of when these people clash with the excitement of matches to override what little civility they had anyway.

“Of course we sincerely hope that the racism allegations are a simple misunderstanding and we condemn it completely, but what we can be sure of is that the stars are abusing and insulting each other in every legal way imaginable.

“That’s the kind of entertainment that people like us live for.”

  1. October 30, 2011 at 18:25

    You can’t beat us Englishers for a bit of racism.

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