- Aug 18, 2012
Honestly I would rather take a bit of flak for a silly gesture than have the world think I was a total fucking idiot who didn't know who Hitler was.
Tbf he's Welsh so he's never experienced the England supporters band playing The Great Escape for 90 fucking minutes.It’s utterly ludicrous. WW2, the Nazis, The Battle Of Britain, the Spitfire etc etc. Is all massively ingrained on the national conscience. The FA should be ashamed of themselves for believing his excuse. So he means to say he never watched Dads Army, The Great Escape, Where Eagles Dare, Schindlers List, Saving Private Ryan, A Bridge To Far, Captain America, Indiana Jones, Inglorious Basterds, Allo Allo, etc etc etc.
Nazis as bad guys isn’t just limited to GCSE history classes. A massive amount of pop culture features them as the main villains.
That all these FA suits, and Roy fucking Hodgson of all people, are now making excuses for the guy is utterly incredulous.
Lovely. The 'Allo 'allo panel!
Brits fall for it every fucking time though. Vardy used the ignorance defence when he racially abused an Asian guy and he was let off immediately.He really should have owned up to making a stupid mistake and taken the rap. Although, I can understand him wanting to avoid the outrage and so tried to lie his way out of it.
Like they give much of a shit in any case. I reckon if he'd owned up to it, it probably would have died away faster than it has with him trying to deny it.Brits fall for it every fucking time though. Vardy used the ignorance defence when he racially abused an Asian guy and he was let off immediately.
He could do the same think to Son, the press would chalk it up to ignorance and wouldn’t give a shit
To be honest I don't think he should have even been charged. It's a stupid gesture and his club should have handled it.Like they give much of a shit in any case. I reckon if he'd owned up to it, it probably would have died away faster than it has with him trying to deny it.