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I'd be very surprised if it's proven tbh, the mirror have said the ref has claimed to not have heard anything said etc.
He's already done them a favour with the soft penalty now conveniently didn't hear anything either...he looks what he is , a twat of the highest order !!
Be nice to know the actual facts like.
Might be that he didn't hear it or that it wasn't said.
He did actually turn his head away when Firminho said the word, so his attention wasn't there. There is also the chance Firminho mouthed it and didn't actually say it, so the ref wouldn't have heard it then either.Or Firminho hasn't actually said it.Personally I think there's more chance of a South American saying something like Negrito (as it's not seen as derogatory, similar to the Suarez situation) than there is of Holgate lieing about it. Holgate wouldn't have known JJKs head had blocked the camera.
PProbably mate, but Holgate seemed to hear it and he was between him and Firmino, he could also have been dazzled by Firmino's teeth which distracted him.
All the hilsborough stuff making me physically sick. Hate the idea blues would sing or shout anything about that but it’s deffo an angle being persued by some reds.
I have only really seen them kicking off cos of the always the victims song, I couldn't imagine anyone would sing about H'boro, even the kids, if there dads were around then it could have been them not coming home that day
I took my son to the Goodison Derby a few years ago, he's a Red unfortunately. We were in the Gwladys upper tier. I have never heard so much vile spouted by Everton fans in my life about Hillsboro' and Heysel disasters. The language disgusted me and some of it was from young kids with their fathers. So much for the Blues and Reds sitting together in almost harmony. Not any more.
You heard blues in the upper g shouting about hilsborough? Surely surely surely not.I've been to lots of derbies and have never heard anything like that.
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