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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
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e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

twoleftfeet 12:48 Fri Jun 25
The Muslim charter.
The charter seeks to "challenge organisations" to make progress in supporting Muslim sportsmen and women, with signatories pledging to "create positive change".

There are 10 points contained within the charter, such as non-consumption of alcohol, including during celebrations, the provision of appropriate places to pray, halal food, and being allowed to fast in Ramadan.

So no more champagne celebrations.

Whatever happened to the notion of people adapting to our way of life?

When we win the Europa league we will spray a bottle of fizzy water.

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Eerie Descent 12:01 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
Why would you not read it if it's the best thing in your life?

Dandy Lyon 11:57 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
Not read the thread - but assume it’s got the usual suspects frothing at the mouth in rage?


Fifth Column 11:47 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
... And Masuaku and Diop

goose 9:57 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
You hate Said Benrahma?

Hallerinthemorning 9:05 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
I fucking hate Muslims. All of them. Every last one of them.

Sydney_Iron 7:03 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
It’s Ironic that a lot of these organisations claiming to represent certain religions, minorities or those from whatever ethnic background seem to think integration and acceptance is all one way, their way!

This is just another example, then if its not provided in full they point the race or discrimination finger unapprovingly.

Cunts I call them, plain and simple, and you often find the vast majority of those who do engage in whatever sport or social event and are from said ethnic or religous group are quite happy to go along with our ways, knock back a few beers, enjoy the bbq and really cant be arsed to stop and pray..........

jfk 6:53 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
I’ll carry on as I always have.I’ve never given Muslims a thought.
I have two dogs now and won’t be leashing them any time soon for the very few Muslims up and about early doors.
Muslims in general don’t believe in dogs /pets they believe dogs are unclean ?????
Fuck em.
I quite enjoy seeing the wankers get frightened/panicky when I bowl along.

blindman 3:24 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
We snuck in a second one. Invite only, though.

legrandefromage 3:19 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
Blindman, you are joking, right!!!!!

I was told that they were only once a month.

blindman 3:09 Sat Jun 26
Re: The Muslim charter.
Wils "vacuous atheist culture" - Wow. If you're referring to the god-shaped hole in an atheist's life then fair enough. It's a vacuum that I vigorously nurture. I'm inferring, though, that you think that atheist "culture" is just one long hedonistic immoral party. I'm here to tell you these parties are only held on every second Tuesday. At all other times we adhere to the highest moral standards.

gph 10:40 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
There are Muslims, and there are Muslims.

Some of them disagree to the point of massacring each other. And some of them are civilised about it.

Crassus 10:26 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
Just wondering like, how would they sit with the openly bent sharing a shower with them?
Would they accept the benders pride of Brighton firm and tie up rainbow laces
And what of birds football? Given that they are flickers of the bean and worse, not at home wrapped in curtains doing the ironing
Or would they want to fling 'em all off the floodlights with the sausage roll vendor

Just interested - asking for a friend

Wils 7:39 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
Fifth Column 7:28 Fri Jun 25

To be honest I would rather the country was Muslim than the vacuous atheist culture that it has become (I'm
a Catholic which will likely attract more abuse in here than muslim would - And I would care too much). I would also happily live in a Muslim culture abroad. And I don't know how far down the thread you read but I am married into a Muslim family, many of them practicing, though not my wife.

But I think it's a legitimate concern for people to be worried about the number of Muslims rising as fast as it does and for it to be written off as paranoia or racism is narrow-minded. You can be wrong about that rise leveling off.

WHU(Exeter) 7:37 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
Hypothetically speaking what if the Amish all suddenly became amazing footballers?

And then tried to ban football?

WHU(Exeter) 7:34 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
No, that wouldn't be a fuss.

If somebody said that as an individual why would that be a fuss?

Fifth Column 7:31 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
Anyway, I'm off to get a pizza and insist everyone in the pub covers their heads and doesn't order a Peroni.

Fifth Column 7:29 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
WHU (Exeter)

So if I said "please don't spray me with champagne" that would be "making a fuss" to you?


Fifth Column 7:28 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.

Firstly, I've given you the ONS 2016 stats which as I said shows a 16% rise which translates to approximately a 33% rise to 2021 presuming the second half of the decade trend stays the same. So that's why I believe it's coming down so much - because ONS stats show it is. And birth rates for immigrants to western countries go down after two generations as described below.

That's unless you feel that Muslims are some form of special case in terms of maintaining birth rates.

Not sure how new you are to the site, I am Muslim. My ex was part of a family of 8 kids. Those kids have respectively had the following numbers of kids themselves: 3, 3, 3, 0.

Of the remaining four, they're currently all late 20s/early 30s and will probably have kids but again are likely to have between 0 and 3. I fully accept this is anecdotal but you get the point. This reflects most of my friends who've had between 1 and 3 kids.

And I'm guessing that the next gen are likely to have 2 like the average UK family.

If there were continuing exponential growth then even I think that would be a bad thing for the country but based on ONS stats and on my own personal experience I don't see this happening.

WHU(Exeter) 7:25 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
5th, yeah, I do.

In much the same way as over the years there would have been hundreds of footballers with a real aversion to alcohol, because for instance of trying to conquer their own past drink problems, or maybe because they grew up with alcoholism all around them...

They wouldn't want any fuss made over champagne sprayed around near them once every year.

Nor I suspect would any reasonable Muslim.

They would take it all in the spirit intended

Cabbage Savage 7:24 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
Wils 7:18 Fri Jun 25

fiff is a muslim he wants every one muslim

Wils 7:19 Fri Jun 25
Re: The Muslim charter.
Fifth Column 7:14 Fri Jun 25

Posted that last one before reading your answer.

So the difference between you and me is just you think it will stop. Not that it rising is a problem?

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