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Does anyone at Ardeer know if the player has reported the matter to the police? If this has happened I don't think it should be the SJFA dealing with it, racial abuse, no matter where it takes place, is totally unacceptable in our society and people who partake for whatever reason should be dealt with accordingly, it would be interesting to find out if any of the guys team mates did hear anything.

Just out of curiosity,what if it was your team mate being racially abused.take the uniform off before answering ????

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Just out of curiosity,what if it was your team mate being racially abused.take the uniform off before answering

I'd report it to the police

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ame="8MileBU" post="9226784" timestamp="1424123920"]I think it all depends whether she got them out oSo sexual harrassment and violence are all right in your eyes are all right then?

You on drugs ffs.

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Aye.and surely if the player had went to the ref.he wouldn't not act on it ?

Who knows? If a player headbutts another, does the ref report an assault to the police?!

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Wonder if they have a tea towel size flag like the four camelon ultras
They don't and they don't wear bunnets and sook Wherther's Original during the game like the Bo'ness and Linlithgow ultras either.

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Learn to quote properly you utter divot.

And 'No' is the answer to your (dumb) question.

Stop trying to be funny to impress your mates then.

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Collie wasn't at the game but may have spoken to some of our players.

From my viewpoint yards away in the stand, Arnie appeared agitated on at least three occasions throughout the game, seemingly try to alert the referee to something he had missed. Whether that was abuse or anything else I don't know as I left the ground just after full-time and haven't spoken to anyone from the club in any detail since.

Wait,are you saying that Colliebhoy,the OP,wasn't actually at the game?

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Wait,are you saying that Colliebhoy,the OP,wasn't actually at the game?

Yes, although he's almost certainly spoken to a number of people who were, both on and off the park.

Nothing wrong with posting about something you didn't personally witness, especially alleged racist abuse.

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collieboy is bottom of the predictor league.

Not relevant I know but it does mean he predicts a load of shite

On racism itself a number of auld boys at junior games are still in the dark ages when a player of a different ethnicity appears..

They just abuse under their breath as opposed to out loud.

Terrible behaviour but still an era thing.

Whats even more bizarre is to hear how the ******* is the best player on the park !!!!!

An appreciative racist !!!

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collieboy is bottom of the predictor league.

Not relevant I know but it does mean he predicts a load of shite

On racism itself a number of auld boys at most junior games are still in the dark ages.

They just abuse under their breath as opposed to out loud.

Terrible behaviour but still an era thing.

Re: the prediction league : I think that's because he often forgets to predict a lot of shite!

I do think there are a number of people, not just football fans, who are of an older mentality so to speak, but I'd say that's quite different to one player allegedly abusing another.

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Just making clear since your quote was an effing disaster. Sssh now, you're having a 'mare.

Your whole attempt at being funny was a disaster. Edited by DOA

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More like he's having a donkey - making a complete ass of himself.
More like he's having a donkey - making a complete ass of himself.
More like he's having a donkey - making a complete ass of himself.
I like to see all you auld guys with the bunnets sticking together !

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Yes, although he's almost certainly spoken to a number of people who were, both on and off the park.

Nothing wrong with posting about something you didn't personally witness, especially alleged racist abuse.

Actually,from a legal perspective,there's quite a lot wrong with making accusations based on hearsay,on a public forum,though I don't doubt his intentions were good.

Hopefully,the folk who told him of these sad events will also have had conversations with the relevant authorities,and the appropriate action will be taken.

Meantime,all the best to young Arnie who no doubt will get the same backing from his club and team mates that he's getting from just about everyone on here.

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Collie wasn't at the game but may have spoken to some of our players.

From my viewpoint yards away in the stand, Arnie appeared agitated on at least three occasions throughout the game, seemingly try to alert the referee to something he had missed. Whether that was abuse or anything else I don't know as I left the ground just after full-time and haven't spoken to anyone from the club in any detail since.

Yes I wasn't at the game but have spoken with Arnie and other players and management. Arnie was subjected to racial comments and constant monkey noises unsurprisingly all out with the earshot of the ref.

As I've already stated I don't blame greenock as a club for the actions of one individual but would hope they would take action when this is proven through official authorities.

I also don't see what the behaviour of the ardeer ultras has to do with this thread. As already stated this was to bring attention to a player who has previously caused trouble and his treatment of another player.

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Got told this morning about this and have no doubt something happened. However I also think we are being a bit selective in what we do and don't find highly offensive. I've been to loads of games where I have heard offensive remarks, some of them racist but they are ignored or overlooked dependant on who is saying it.

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