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Monday, 13 February 2012

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African football-'just look at them with their hair'

A Suffolk based racist has hit out at Africa Cup of Nations winning side Zambia for 'not fielding any white players'.

Mike Stuffer, 60, a semi retired Tax accountant from Bungay is furious that the Zambian national football team is entirely made up of black Africans. 'Its a disgrace' said Stuffer 'If an all white team had won that tournament there would have been outrage' he added, while poking his curiously long and spindly index finger aggressively into the air.

'In this age of being so-called politically correct you'd think a country like Zambia would be able to find a few white players, but no instead we see the same old team made up of woolly haired blacks with big eyes and big lips- anyone would think they had a nearly 100% black African population'.

Stuffer, who has a history of bizarre outbursts against perceived bias towards 'bloody ethnics' denied any racism on his part saying that he simply 'says it like he sees it' adding 'you lot in the communist media have got it in for white people'.

When we tried to point out that not only did the Zambia team have a white coach but also that Egypt, a team made up of mainly non black Africans, had won the Africa Cup of Nations 7 times Stuffer started mumbling under his breath about 'freedom of speech' and the 'Euro' before leaving.

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