From Twohundredpercent

200percent8 April ~ An article in the Guardian last week has prompted much discussion about racism, sexism and homophobia in football, the players and supporters who practise it and the effect this has on the game's image. A response piece on the Twohundredpercent blog suggests "rather than being something separate, something other, something that can be comfortably compartmentalised as being 'that thing which is bad', this game is merely a reflection of the society from which it comes".

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