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10 Jan 2018 20:33:56
Lukaku is reportedly seeking legal advice over Moshiri’s use of the work “voodoo”. Is this guy for real. This is everything that is wrong with the modern day footballer.

Brush it off son it was just a comment and get back on the training pitch. It is actually embarrassing and cringeworthy looking at how these overpriced divas go about their business. Suck it up.

If this isn’t the definition of political correctness through the roof then I don’t know what is. The likes of Roy Keane and co must be embarrassed to watch these spoiled sheltered kids pull on the jersey and crawl behind their lawyer every time they are mentioned in a way that ‘offends’ them.

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10 Jan 2018 22:11:50
And there speaks a white man.

10 Jan 2018 22:21:11
So casual racism is OK, lukaku is 100% within his rights to stand up for himself. Racism is wrong no matter where and when it takes place.

10 Jan 2018 22:22:49
Could say the same thing about moshiri, he could have moved on from lukaku turning down evertons offer instead of whining.

Everton have two world class, amazing, super fantastic strikers in Oumar Niasse and calvert-lewin. Maybe moshiri should focus on them.

If Avram Glazer had come out and said all rooney did was smoke 40 a day and eat pork pies for his last 4 seasons, i'm sure rooney would take umbrage with that. Why can't lukaku seek legal advice over a disparaging comment.

11 Jan 2018 07:58:14
DSG in Mazes opinion Rooney would have said ‘look at my goal scoring record for United” and “your the twit who was paying me for it”.

The only thing Lukaku should be seeking legal advice on is his first touch because it’s bloody criminal.

11 Jan 2018 08:42:02
It's 2018 Maze, not 1967.

11 Jan 2018 09:15:17
I want the old maze back.

11 Jan 2018 09:32:21
As I mentioned the only folk you judge these comments as racist are those who seem to link everything to racism. They are the true racists.

As for the white man speaks comment it is a huge assumption to assume that Maze is white. Is Maze white? Wow.

11 Jan 2018 09:54:40
Im not interested in the colour of anyones skin I just know if I was a multi millionaire and somebody made untrue or disparaging remarks about me or my family then i'd be on them with the best lawyers money could buy. B***ks to all that "turn the other cheek "nonsense.

11 Jan 2018 09:57:58
You should subscribe to the Daily Mail, Maze. You'd fit right in.

11 Jan 2018 09:41:54
Would this be the same Roy Keane who sued paddy power because they used his picture in an unflattering billboard.

11 Jan 2018 10:33:04
I’m sorry Maze, but who are you to tell a black man when and when not he should take offence to racist abuse?

11 Jan 2018 10:49:18
Who am I? I am a member of a society that has gone mad with political correctness. I am a multi-cultural ethnic individual in my own right so get off your high horse Anon you can’t ride it properly.

11 Jan 2018 12:01:08
Well maze, moshiri did prove that you don't need to be white to make casual racist remarks.

11 Jan 2018 12:10:37
I suppose if you’re 8 different people you can class yourself as ethnic and multicultural. Which one is black though? Rollo or JMB?

11 Jan 2018 12:12:04
From what I can see this isn't political correctness (I hate it myself, too many people going out of their way to be offended) But this Morishi fella obvioulsy has thrown in the Voodoo thing knowing it would be controversial and possibly offensive to Lukaku and his family.

Im an Irishman myself, I can appreciate an Irish joke and know its banter if my mates call me thick paddy or whatever. A stranger saying it would be different, I could also give that stranger a smack in the mouth if I was offended, however that really isn't a viable option for Lukaku so if he has the money and is so annoyed then yes bY all means defend yourself by use of legal action.

11 Jan 2018 13:17:55
Calm down everyone, Maze has spoken.

It's 2018 and if a man wants to slander another man with added racial undertones, we should accept his right to do it. It's about free speech innit? I mean what if I accidentally slander someone in a planned interview with the media, and make allusion to their racial background within my slanderous comment? Should I be punished for that? You're all barking mad.

11 Jan 2018 16:44:41
No discussion what Moshiri said has racial undertones, no need for legal action, Moshiri should apologises and we all move on.



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