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Post  cyprussyd on 2015-10-03, 4:24 am

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Anyone else feel like football is still back in the dark ages?

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Post  Nostalgic on 2015-10-03, 6:41 am

I know football is still considered a "man's world", but there is always room for professionals and interested people. No need for men to behave as if that these interested parties do not exist. Fifty years ago black players got bananas thrown at them, try doing it now.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2015-10-03, 10:47 am

I used to like Mourinho. The first time he was at Chelsea he was like a breath of fresh air but now he is a parody of all that is wrong with football. or at least the Premier League. He is miserable, arrogant, ill mannered and obviously thinks it is acceptable to humiliate another professional in public, despite her doing her duty to the players better than Mourinho. And then having her demoted! And the FA found he broke no rules without hearing the victims side of the story! Talk about the law being an ass!!!! Evil or Very Mad

If the FA really had the interests of the game, the players, and equality at heart, they would have ensured Mourinho apologised, and served a ban for being an obnoxious, self-absorbed and deluded idiot. The way they handled this though does not surprise me. I remember Duncan Watmore's dad was Chief Executive of the FA a little while back, and he was one of the prime movers in creating the Womens Premier League. He also wanted to reform the disciplinary system and 'modernise' further, but he resigned after only 9 months because he was undermined and briefed against by other board members. Maybe tells us all we need to know about how forward thinking the FA are. They just want to protect their little fiefdoms and perks, and sweep all this 'nasty' stuff under the carpet.

As for Eva Carneiro, she is better off out of it, but I can fully understand her anger at the way she has been treated and for being forced out of a job she loved.

I wonder what the greatest football man Mourinho was ever associated with. Sir Bobby Robson, would think of it all? He would be ashamed of Mourinho and the FA response, and be just as disgusted as most of us who love football, are, I am sure.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2015-10-03, 7:48 pm

Hieronymus wrote:I used to like Mourinho. The first time he was at Chelsea he was like a breath of fresh air but now he is a parody of all that is wrong with football. or at least the Premier League. He is miserable, arrogant, ill mannered and obviously thinks it is acceptable to humiliate another professional in public, despite her doing her duty to the players better than Mourinho. And then having her demoted! And the FA found he broke no rules without hearing the victims side of the story! Talk about the law being an ass!!!! Evil or Very Mad

If the FA really had the interests of the game, the players, and equality at heart, they would have ensured Mourinho apologised, and served a ban for being an obnoxious, self-absorbed and deluded idiot. The way they handled this though does not surprise me. I remember Duncan Watmore's dad was Chief Executive of the FA a little while back, and he was one of the prime movers in creating the Womens Premier League. He also wanted to reform the disciplinary system and 'modernise' further, but he resigned after only 9 months because he was undermined and briefed against by other board members. Maybe tells us all we need to know about how forward thinking the FA are. They just want to protect their little fiefdoms and perks, and sweep all this 'nasty' stuff under the carpet.

As for Eva Carneiro, she is better off out of it, but I can fully understand her anger at the way she has been treated and for being forced out of a job she loved.

I wonder what the greatest football man Mourinho was ever associated with. Sir Bobby Robson, would think of it all? He would be ashamed of Mourinho and the FA response, and be just as disgusted as most of us who love football, are, I am sure.
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Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2015-10-03, 8:17 pm

Nostalgic wrote:I know football is still considered a "man's world", but there is always room for professionals and interested people. No need for men to behave as if that these interested parties do not exist. Fifty years ago black players got bananas thrown at them, try doing it now.

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