Italians racist? Never, ask Signori Sacchi!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

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He loved black sportsmen too!

Prominent, ex-international soccer coach, Arrigo Sacchi claims there are too many black players in Italian soccer and this fact is undermining the true identity of Italy who generally are a bunch of racist morons, but do not like admitting it. They prefer sucking an espresso or cappuccino and burying their heads up the butts of Mussolini worshippers.

A man who claimed to be a close friend of Sacchi explained the background to the comments: 'All men are equal as long as they have the skin colour of a true Italian, sort of dark cream topped with black hair and represent the true image of Italy, jackbooted, flamboyant, narcissistic ponces!'

(Quite true).

Fans of Lazio Roma showed their solidarity with Sacchi by hanging a burnt effigy of Balotelli outside the Olympic Stadium in Roma with a sign dangling around his neck warning him never to set foot in their beloved city again!

Football's non-racist governing organisations, are contemplating banning Sacchi from all further involvement in European soccer until he offers an apology to black Italian soccer players for being such an arsehole.

Super-star, black CIA footy reporter, Signori Jimboy Bagotelly-Niggerdi, was last scene praying to Nelson Mandela in a show of non-racist defiance in the Piazza Navona before a hob-nailed boot worn by a Lazio hooligan squashed him; squelch, squelch, aagh!

Italians racists, NEVER!

CIA Non-Racist HQ in Brixton, London, bringing you this quite revolting news-flash from our non-racist HQ in Italy (a lonely place)!

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