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Post by halamadrid2 Mon May 22, 2023 4:34 pm



2 people Laughing LaLiga will never rid itself of racism when they blatantly sweep it under the carpet like this. To Valencia the whole stadium is being narrowed down to 2 people. Absolute joke

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Post by halamadrid2 Mon May 22, 2023 4:49 pm



LaLiga is a circus
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Post by BarcaLearning Mon May 22, 2023 8:24 pm

Yea the thing is about Vini is he CANT CONTINUE to think hes special or whatever n act like the way he is n has been doing this whole season basically? I think ppl need to realize that DESPITE whatever is happening with the racist fans etc., bottom line is VINI NEEDS TO ADJUST himself.

Reason being as we all said already n as Sport mentioned, opposition fans n prolly players alike will just enjoy it n wanna do it even more if they see Vini act that way all the time, it just doesnt solve anything n actually provokes them n makes things worst. Pretty sure he will realize that soon, will need to learn to control himself as hes not a teenager anymore? Hes a damn elite pro sports star, n he has to face the public day in day out or at least when he plays, n that includes racists, ultras, fans or whoever, etc, lol? N if Real has some competent advisers to help him... otherwise I agree with Sport, if he cant handle that type of pressure he prolly better off at another club with another environment.
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Post by halamadrid2 Mon May 22, 2023 8:32 pm

No Vini does not need to adjust himself, are you dense. How does shit talking which happens at every game excuse racism or brutality?

You think it's ok for players to chokehold him because he mocks them? Or for fans to hang up effigies of him out on the highway.

This reminds me of early in the seaosn when people said he should blame himself for racist chants because he was dancing after scoring goals. Soon his harcut will offend people.

Get a grip boy, Vini isnt doing anything more than an average footballer does on a pitch. Players in EPL complain of wht Haaland does in a game to get in the head of the defenders yet I don't see players being encouraged to break his legs and then blaming him for it. In fact we have seen nothing beyond thos players complaining of his shittalking.

People have found the perfect target. First it was Ronaldo, then Ramos and now Vini but it has now turned into something ugly as fans aren't chanting for him to die only but the whole stadium wre chanting monkey at him in unison and the head of the league is pretending that nothing is happening.

I genuinly hope Perez can get his ESL to become a reality. LaLiga do not deserve us
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Post by sportsczy Mon May 22, 2023 8:45 pm

Vini can cry to the moon about abuse, racism, and whatever else.  It may mostly even be justified.  But it will hurt him more than anything else.  Valencia FC isn't going to sanction its football fans.  La Liga isn't going to sanction its football fans.   Spain isn't going to sanction its fans.

The only three things that would cause actual movement (and not lip service which is all that's going on, including Real Madrid.  Hate crime?  Get a grip lol; that's not going anywhere) are:
-  Politicians/elected officials/bureaucrats feeling that their power is being threatened
-  Sponsors going away
-  Fans moving away from football

None of these 3 are going to happen in the short term.  So instead, there's this whole PR thing going on right now which will likely lead to absolutely... nothing.

So, Vini needs to develop a thick skin and stop reacting, which will then cause people to stop triggering him this way.  Because, believe it or not, the intent isn't to be racist.  It's to get Vini to play worse/self-destruct so their team wins.  That's it.  Nothing more sinister than that.

Even if change were to occur... it will take years btw.  So Vini either adapts or needs to leave.  There's no other choice for him.

I'm saying this with Vini's well-being in mind.  It just won't end well for him by attacking and calling out these idiots.   The only way is to not play their game... Vini is reacting in the exact manner that they hope he would believe it or not.   Get out of La Liga kid.  Your mental health and happiness aren't worth it if you can't deal.  Plenty of great clubs in more hospitable places would love to have you.

Just to also be clear, I adore Spain. But just like France, there are a lot of morons and a lot of them seem to go to football games. France is more diverse than Spain though... so if fans were to say something racist in the stands, there's a good chance that a group of other fans would beat the crap out of them. So for self-preservation purposes, this type of idiocy happens less. Plenty of racism in France though... but not during football games.


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Post by halamadrid2 Mon May 22, 2023 8:57 pm

That attitude is why Spain is still living in denial until today. Yes, Spain has a societal problem with racism but there is so much the league and clubs can do to combat racism in football which is an area they can control. Spain isn't the only country where fans shout racial slurs at players, God knows how many times Sterling has complained. But unlike LL which is burying its head in the sand EPL and the rest of the clubs are working together to ban anyone who utters racial slurs at players. What happened in Mestalla will never happen in a stadium in England and that's not because there isn't a single racist in that country but because they understand there'll be consequences. I am 100% sure if an incident happens like what happened at Mestalla in England, they'd be playing with no fans with immediate effects. And who are you to judge Vini how he reacts to a whole stadium chanting monkey at him or a section of the crowd like how it usually is on a normal away game unless of course you've been in that situation before?
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Post by halamadrid2 Mon May 22, 2023 8:59 pm



An incremental but positive start. The irony if the great purge of all the Negreira lackeys occur as a result of what has happened to Vini
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Post by sportsczy Mon May 22, 2023 9:01 pm

@Hala - UK has it too.  Plenty of it in fact.  

Here's a good study on it:  https://uia.brage.unit.no/uia-xmlui/bitstream/handle/11250/2787471/Isak%20Skadberg%20Gravdal.pdf?sequence=1

Not as bad as Italy or Spain though. With hooligans banned, a lot of the terrible ones went away as a secondary impact.


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Post by McLewis Mon May 22, 2023 9:05 pm

sportsczy wrote:Vini can cry to the moon about abuse, racism, and whatever else.  It may mostly even be justified.  But it will hurt him more than anything else.  Valencia FC isn't going to sanction its football fans.  La Liga isn't going to sanction its football fans.   Spain isn't going to sanction its fans.

The only three things that would cause actual movement (and not lip service which is all that's going on, including Real Madrid.  Hate crime?  Get a grip lol; that's not going anywhere) are:
-  Politicians/elected officials/bureaucrats feeling that their power is being threatened
-  Sponsors going away
-  Fans moving away from football

None of these 3 are going to happen in the short term.  So instead, there's this whole PR thing going on right now which will likely lead to absolutely... nothing.

So, Vini needs to develop a thick skin and stop reacting, which will then cause people to stop triggering him this way.  Because, believe it or not, the intent isn't to be racist.  It's to get Vini to play worse/self-destruct so their team wins.  That's it.  Nothing more sinister than that.

Even if change were to occur... it will take years btw.  So Vini either adapts or needs to leave.  There's no other choice for him.

I'm saying this with Vini's well-being in mind.  It just won't end well for him by attacking and calling out these idiots.   The only way is to not play their game... Vini is reacting in the exact manner that they hope he would believe it or not.   Get out of La Liga kid.  Your mental health and happiness aren't worth it if you can't deal.  Plenty of great clubs in more hospitable places would love to have you.


Parts of this take are reasonable and parts are just wild.

Vini did nothing wrong. He's done absolutely nothing that we don't see anywhere in Spain or elsewhere. He's done nothing to deserve the abuse he's receiving nor have those who are abusing him done nothing to deserve being protected from their actions. Why does he have to change how he conducts himself yet the people racially abusing him, whether its 2 or the whole fucking nation, get to just continue doing it without absolutely any accountability? That's an astounding thing to say to a victim of racist abuse.

I do agree that there needs to be a mass exodus of Black players from both La Liga (and Serie A as well) as racism is rampant among not just the fans, but the media and league organizations as well. The requires a concerted effort from both the players and the agencies repping them to take a stand. Unfortunately, money talks though.


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Post by sportsczy Mon May 22, 2023 9:09 pm

Agreed.  Vini has done nothing wrong.  I'm just expressing (imo) how he could stay if he chose to...   there isn't a magic wand to solve the problem.  Ideally, society would stand up and abolish these issues.  We all know that's not going to happen.

So he either needs to adapt or leave.  He's lucky enough that the option is available for him.  A lot of people dealing with racism (and other prejudice) don't have an opportunity to leave the situation.
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Post by McLewis Mon May 22, 2023 9:37 pm

sportsczy wrote:Agreed.  Vini has done nothing wrong.  I'm just expressing (imo) how he could stay if he chose to...   there isn't a magic wand to solve the problem.  Ideally, society would stand up and abolish these issues.  We all know that's not going to happen.

So he either needs to adapt or leave.  He's lucky enough that the option is available for him.  A lot of people dealing with racism (and other prejudice) don't have an opportunity to leave the situation.


I get the crux of what you're saying. Perhaps it's just the wording.

There's a lot of "buck up, buttercup" energy to that "adapt" portion that just doesn't sit right with me.
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Post by Thimmy Mon May 22, 2023 10:04 pm

halamadrid2 wrote:Players in EPL complain of wht Haaland does in a game to get in the head of the defenders yet I don't see players being encouraged to break his legs and then blaming him for it.


Are you referring to this kind of talk? Laughing



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Post by El Gunner Mon May 22, 2023 10:38 pm

it's pretty tough to just tell a full human being with emotions to develop thick skin in this situation when an entire society is against you

i don't blame him at all for reacting in this manner, as Sportszcy says, his mental health is paramount and he should leave for the GOAT league or Bayern for his own good.
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Post by BarcaLearning Mon May 22, 2023 10:46 pm

We all can agree that things should be done n shouldnt this should that, but thing is, the world is just not like that, no matter how progressive times have become Razz Tbh Im guessing for example the US n the wealthy west in general are able approaching those points of development but rest of the world are just so far behind. Bottom line is a lot of ppl just wont change n whoever u r, n if ur Vini no matter what u do, its not gonna change straight away? That unfortunate but thats just the way ppl n the world r Razz

Hala is really still just thinking like previlaged Real fan or something... how do I put it, look all the other black players even just in Real's team, do they act in ways like Vini does? Im sure most if not all of them get abused, Rudiger, Militao, Rodrygo etc etc., but they know its no use to act up it will just esculate things without solving it.
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Post by futbol_bill Mon May 22, 2023 10:49 pm

BarcaLearning wrote:Yea the thing is about Vini is he CANT CONTINUE to think hes special or whatever n act like the way he is n has been doing this whole season basically? I think ppl need to realize that DESPITE whatever is happening with the racist fans etc., bottom line is VINI NEEDS TO ADJUST himself.

Reason being as we all said already n as Sport mentioned, opposition fans n prolly players alike will just enjoy it n wanna do it even more if they see Vini act that way all the time, it just doesnt solve anything n actually provokes them n makes things worst. Pretty sure he will realize that soon, will need to learn to control himself as hes not a teenager anymore? Hes a damn elite pro sports star, n he has to face the public day in day out or at least when he plays, n that includes racists, ultras, fans or whoever, etc, lol? N if Real has some competent advisers to help him... otherwise I agree with Sport, if he cant handle that type of pressure he prolly better off at another club with another environment.


Fucking moron!
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Post by futbol_bill Mon May 22, 2023 10:50 pm

BarcaLearning wrote:We all can agree that things should be done n shouldnt this should that, but thing is, the world is just not like that, no matter how progressive times have become Razz Tbh Im guessing for example the US n the wealthy west in general are able approaching those points of development but rest of the world are just so far behind. Bottom line is a lot of ppl just wont change n whoever u r, n if ur Vini no matter what u do, its not gonna change straight away? That unfortunate but thats just the way ppl n the world r Razz

Hala is really still just thinking like previlaged Real fan or something... how do I put it, look all the other black players even just in Real's team, do they act in ways like Vini does? Im sure most if not all of them get abused, Rudiger, Militao, Rodrygo etc etc., but they know its no use to act up it will just esculate things without solving it.


Fucking moron - again! (Three times in same day!)
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Post by futbol_bill Mon May 22, 2023 11:06 pm

sportsczy wrote:Vini can cry to the moon about abuse, racism, and whatever else.  It may mostly even be justified.  But it will hurt him more than anything else.  Valencia FC isn't going to sanction its football fans.  La Liga isn't going to sanction its football fans.   Spain isn't going to sanction its fans.

The only three things that would cause actual movement (and not lip service which is all that's going on, including Real Madrid.  Hate crime?  Get a grip lol; that's not going anywhere) are:
-  Politicians/elected officials/bureaucrats feeling that their power is being threatened
-  Sponsors going away
-  Fans moving away from football

None of these 3 are going to happen in the short term.  So instead, there's this whole PR thing going on right now which will likely lead to absolutely... nothing.

So, Vini needs to develop a thick skin and stop reacting, which will then cause people to stop triggering him this way.  Because, believe it or not, the intent isn't to be racist.  It's to get Vini to play worse/self-destruct so their team wins.  That's it.  Nothing more sinister than that.

Even if change were to occur... it will take years btw.  So Vini either adapts or needs to leave.  There's no other choice for him.

I'm saying this with Vini's well-being in mind.  It just won't end well for him by attacking and calling out these idiots.   The only way is to not play their game... Vini is reacting in the exact manner that they hope he would believe it or not.   Get out of La Liga kid.  Your mental health and happiness aren't worth it if you can't deal.  Plenty of great clubs in more hospitable places would love to have you.

Just to also be clear, I adore Spain. But just like France, there are a lot of morons and a lot of them seem to go to football games. France is more diverse than Spain though... so if fans were to say something racist in the stands, there's a good chance that a group of other fans would beat the crap out of them. So for self-preservation purposes, this type of idiocy happens less. Plenty of racism in France though... but not during football games.


TOTALLY DISAGREE, Sports proclaims he knows more about my country that I do! There are definitely problems, but this totally damming the entire country is a bit ridiculous. There is one asshole that is behind most of this and that is Tebas. He is being called out, all over the place today. This won’t get fixed quickly, but there are plenty of things happening today and much of it is due to Vinicius clearly identifying the culprits.

And this saying Vinicius is the cause of it or has to accept it ……is just offensive. Just look at the posts the fucking moron has made!
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Post by McLewis Tue May 23, 2023 1:17 am

Speaking of Tebas......



It doesn't get more tone deaf and cowardly than that, gents.
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Post by halamadrid2 Tue May 23, 2023 5:44 am

The man should step down. I am amazed he still has his job after those tweets.
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Post by FennecFox7 Tue May 23, 2023 6:37 am

Loving the awareness that vini is raising. That has been a major victory in itself. I’m seeing it all over my feed and he’s getting tons of coverage. Tebas is in hot water right now and it’s beautiful to see. Xavi just came out in support for vini as well.
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Post by FennecFox7 Tue May 23, 2023 6:38 am

McLewis wrote:Speaking of Tebas......



It doesn't get more tone deaf and cowardly than that, gents.


Talk about some serious gas lighting
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Post by BarcaLearning Tue May 23, 2023 7:06 am

Lol.... @ Admins, can I continuiously be called 'fucking moron' here like that... ppl cant just disagree n gotta be like that nowadays Very Happy Just making my opinion without being offensive apparently some ppl cant... actually these ppl acting like Vini himself a bit, its no wonder Very Happy
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Post by Nivash Tue May 23, 2023 9:20 am

sportsczy wrote:Vini can cry to the moon about abuse, racism, and whatever else.  It may mostly even be justified.  But it will hurt him more than anything else.  Valencia FC isn't going to sanction its football fans.  La Liga isn't going to sanction its football fans.   Spain isn't going to sanction its fans.

The only three things that would cause actual movement (and not lip service which is all that's going on, including Real Madrid.  Hate crime?  Get a grip lol; that's not going anywhere) are:
-  Politicians/elected officials/bureaucrats feeling that their power is being threatened
-  Sponsors going away
-  Fans moving away from football


None of these 3 are going to happen in the short term.  So instead, there's this whole PR thing going on right now which will likely lead to absolutely... nothing.

So, Vini needs to develop a thick skin and stop reacting, which will then cause people to stop triggering him this way.  Because, believe it or not, the intent isn't to be racist.  It's to get Vini to play worse/self-destruct so their team wins.  That's it.  Nothing more sinister than that.

Even if change were to occur... it will take years btw.  So Vini either adapts or needs to leave.  There's no other choice for him.

I'm saying this with Vini's well-being in mind.  It just won't end well for him by attacking and calling out these idiots.   The only way is to not play their game... Vini is reacting in the exact manner that they hope he would believe it or not.   Get out of La Liga kid.  Your mental health and happiness aren't worth it if you can't deal.  Plenty of great clubs in more hospitable places would love to have you.

Just to also be clear, I adore Spain. But just like France, there are a lot of morons and a lot of them seem to go to football games. France is more diverse than Spain though... so if fans were to say something racist in the stands, there's a good chance that a group of other fans would beat the crap out of them. So for self-preservation purposes, this type of idiocy happens less. Plenty of racism in France though... but not during football games.


None of those things happen without the PR and attention that stems from it. The very easiest way for it to continue is for everyone to act like it's just a case of a few bad apples. Whether it's to get in his mind or because of actual racist attitudes, these are the sort of things that need to be punished irrespective. It's not funny, it's not fun and games, it's just plain racism and hatefulness, and should be treated that way.

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Post by Pedram Tue May 23, 2023 9:35 am

BarcaLearning wrote:We all can agree that things should be done n shouldnt this should that, but thing is, the world is just not like that, no matter how progressive times have become Razz Tbh Im guessing for example the US n the wealthy west in general are able approaching those points of development but rest of the world are just so far behind. Bottom line is a lot of ppl just wont change n whoever u r, n if ur Vini no matter what u do, its not gonna change straight away? That unfortunate but thats just the way ppl n the world r Razz

Hala is really still just thinking like previlaged Real fan or something... how do I put it, look all the other black players even just in Real's team, do they act in ways like Vini does? Im sure most if not all of them get abused, Rudiger, Militao, Rodrygo etc etc., but they know its no use to act up it will just esculate things without solving it.

Can you just shut the fuck up please and stop interjecting yourself in stuff you have no clue about?

Retarded fanboys :facepalm:
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Post by Myesyats Tue May 23, 2023 10:54 am

BarcaLearning wrote:Lol.... @ Admins, can I continuiously be called 'fucking moron' here like that... ppl cant just disagree n gotta be like that nowadays Very Happy Just making my opinion without being offensive apparently some ppl cant... actually these ppl acting like Vini himself a bit, its no wonder Very Happy

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Post by BarcaLearning Tue May 23, 2023 4:21 pm

Pedram wrote:
BarcaLearning wrote:We all can agree that things should be done n shouldnt this should that, but thing is, the world is just not like that, no matter how progressive times have become Razz Tbh Im guessing for example the US n the wealthy west in general are able approaching those points of development but rest of the world are just so far behind. Bottom line is a lot of ppl just wont change n whoever u r, n if ur Vini no matter what u do, its not gonna change straight away? That unfortunate but thats just the way ppl n the world r Razz

Hala is really still just thinking like previlaged Real fan or something... how do I put it, look all the other black players even just in Real's team, do they act in ways like Vini does? Im sure most if not all of them get abused, Rudiger, Militao, Rodrygo etc etc., but they know its no use to act up it will just esculate things without solving it.

Can you just shut the fuck up please and stop interjecting yourself in stuff you have no clue about?

Retarded fanboys :facepalm:


Nah I enjoy posting too much, I love GL, its fun to see some rival jealous fans like u as well Smile Keep it up man...
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