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Old March 24th, 2009 #1
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In this thread all pls post pics of sport racism from all over the world!


Levski-Barcelona

Russia.Burning banner against racism

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pls put more.. i have no time, now.. i will fill this thread baaaddd
 
Old March 24th, 2009 #2
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Lazio!!!!!!



Football, fascism and England's Nazi salute

By Jonathan Duffy
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England visit Berlin in 1938


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The history of the Beautiful Game has not always been so resplendent. Behind the glossy image of football lies a history of coercion, corruption and manipulation by three of the most powerful leaders of the 20th Century.
For a country which has shouldered a weight of footballing shame in its time, it ranks as one of England's darkest moments in the sport.

The venue: Berlin's Olympic Stadium; the date: 14 May 1938. As the English players lined up alongside their German counterparts for pre-match ceremonies captain Eddie Hapgood and his men issued a Nazi salute to the crowd.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/3128202.stm
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Old March 24th, 2009 #3
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FC Rad - United Force





This video is from FC Borac

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Škripari - Široki Brijeg


 
Old March 24th, 2009 #5
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Roma:




Dinamo:


Real Madrid:


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Aaaand here we have some filthy Armo team:
 
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Borac Cacak fans racially taunt a black player



Italian Lazio Ultras honour Arkan
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Italian Lazio Ultras honour Arkan
That's 1 reason why I prefer Roma
 
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That's 1 reason why I prefer Roma
Roma is a joke

Every one knows S.S. Lazio fans are the most racist, anti semitic fans in Europe.

Mussolini's Team

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Although the S.S. stands for societá sportiva, Lazio merits the abbreviation's worst connotations. Of all the clubs in Europe, each with its own goon squad of skinhead supporters, Lazio fans are easily the most racist, anti-Semitic, pro-fascist, and despicable of the bunch
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Lazio has always had unsavory connections and a spot on the brownshirts' end of the political spectrum. Mussolini adored the team, frequently appearing in the stands. Il Duce even built Lazio's current stadium, replacing the old Stadio del Partito Nazionale Fascista. In part, Mussolini was drawn to Silvio Piola, the team's unstoppable striker. But the fascists had a deeper attraction to the club. Founded in 1900 by Italian army officers, the club shrouded itself in a martial ethos. The team's logo, a strident-looking eagle, looks as if it could have been ripped off of one of Mussolini's caps. And with its north Rome fan base, Lazio attracted the conservative shopkeepers and bumpkins who constituted fascism's rank and file.

As the memory of Mussolini has grown distant, Lazio's affection for fascism has increased. Rightist parties like the old Alleanza Nazionale treated the team's stadium as their recruiting grounds. In the '80s, the ultras' politics acquired a racist, xenophobic bent as Italy attracted immigrants and Italian soccer attracted Brazilian and African players. New venomous slogans and banners began appearing in the Curva Nord, the ultra section of Lazio's stadium. Before one game last year, police seized 60 different racist and anti-Semitic banners but missed several large ones, including a 50-meter-long banner that taunted fans from a cross-town rival by declaring that they had a "Black Squad, Jewish Home End." At another match against Roma, the opponents were greeted with a sign that told them, "Auschwitz is your town, the ovens your houses." The ultras have been known to appropriate the Nazi font when spelling the "S.S." in S.S. Lazio. And when watching Lazio's matches on the Fox Sports World cable network, you can still catch glimpses of Mussolini's visage adoringly displayed by the crowd.

The ultras aren't merely making political statements. They like to put their slogans into action. During the previous two seasons, police tied Lazio's ultras to several acts of domestic terrorism. One planted a bomb at a museum dedicated to Italy's World War II resistance. Rome police also defused a Lazio bomb at a theater showing a documentary on Adolf Eichmann. On other occasions, Lazio fans have desecrated Jewish cemeteries and beaten players from opposing teams. Even by the appalling standards of European soccer, Lazio fans are object lessons in amorality.

Remarkably, Lazio reflects its fans' sentiments. Unlike Roma or almost every other team in the Series A, Lazio's roster is devoid of black players. When it once imported one, Dutchman Aron Winter, he quickly left after the team's fans hounded him with chants of "nigger Jew." Rather suspiciously, nearly all of Lazio's current foreign imports hail from countries with fascist pasts—Chile, Argentina, and Serbia. The team's defender, Sinisa Mihajlovic, unabashedly trumpets his devotion to Slobodan Milosevic and his friendship with the Serbian paramilitary leader Arkan, whose band of thugs raped and pillaged their way across Bosnia. When Arkan was killed, Mihajlovic placed a wistful memorial notice in a Belgrade daily.

If that didn't convince Lazio's management to distance themselves from Mihajlovic—or, better yet, ship him back to Belgrade—his behavior on the field should have. Last season, a player of Senegalese descent accused Mihajlovic of calling him a "fucking black monkey." (Asked about the allegations, he replied: "I called him black shit. I didn't call him black monkey.") Alas, Lazio's punishment of Mihajlovic amounted to little more than a forced public apology. His coach even defended him: "I don't know whether you can call it racism. It's just making fun of someone." And moments after Mihajlovic made the apology, at a home game, fans began making monkey noises every time a Nigerian player touched the ball
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Old March 25th, 2009 #9
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Yes,yes,yes, I am aware of Lazio's past and the reputation of their ultras, but----"Unlike Roma or almost every other team in the Series A, Lazio's roster is devoid of black players." Are you kidding me? I can think of at least 2 monkeys and a mestizo on their current squad!
That being said, I love Di Canio. Much respect to him, but it terms of teams, Roma is better and more passionate than Lazio.
 
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Yes,yes,yes, I am aware of Lazio's past and the reputation of their ultras, but----"Unlike Roma or almost every other team in the Series A, Lazio's roster is devoid of black players." Are you kidding me? I can think of at least 2 monkeys and a mestizo on their current squad!
That being said, I love Di Canio. Much respect to him, but it terms of teams, Roma is better and more passionate than Lazio.
Yeah the article is a little old but you get the general picture. Lazio were even fined for their fans' support of Serbia.
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Yeah, I heard about that.
Here's some more Roma:





 
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Hajduk rules!!!!!!!!!!!

Torcida forever!!!!!!!!!!

My granfather was Torcida, father was Torcida, im Torcida!!!!!!!!









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Some great pics there
 
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Torcida-Split...on game Hajduk vs Cibalia
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