Agreed. Someone at the FA needs to be charged for bringing the game into disrepute with this charge.The action by the FA in this instance, reflects badly on them, much more than it does on Marc Bola, who was a child at the time of the supposed “offence”, and a stand has to be made on this by everyone involved in football. It really is pathetic.
Excellent post mate.One post about your woke obsession is sufficient. We get it. You are oppressed by it. Before you heard of woke, which sounds like you don't know what it means, was political correctness gone mad blamed? Probably.
As for the main content of the opening post, without speaking like a tent-a-gob RCP/Spiked charlatan, what Bola said as a 14 year old shouldn't be used against him as an adult. If he said it 4 years ago, FA may have grounds as he is no longer a silly teenager taunting people. Although I didn't use racist remarks at 14, I did make homophobic ones. But I learned. Finding out about Section 28 and musicians and writers I liked were gay helped me. As did my hippy mother who told me why it was wrong, like she did about causal racist terms I used when my family lived in Middlesbrough before we moved to London just as I turned 14 in1987. Such a change helped when my brother came out as gay himself later.
I understand that it's the FA and not the police involved in this farce.Yes must do.
this really is pathetic isn’t it.
Middlesbrough defender Marc Bola has been charged with "aggravated" misconduct for comments he made on social media nine years ago. | ITV News Tyne Teeswww.itv.com