well, don?t ever listen to me when it comes to football thenI?m thinking goal-fest more the like ... I predict Italy to fall apart badly and Spain to wipe the floor with them. 4-0
No dive-fest from Spain neither. It really was a good game. I was rather neutral - I don't like Italy in the football world, but I'd be most happy to have both teams eliminated early, so...I was quite shocked how well Italy was playing. I actually liked their game ... a lot. And no diving. At all. I was in shock.
Hm.... I thought his comment was quite funny, he said in an admiring way. Didn't even catch the apology you speak of. The icing on the cake was that he said Italy had a dwarf to fight back with when someone very short came in by substitution.the main german Tv-commentator-guy called the spanish team a team of dwarfes on national telly.
That I didn?t get.[...]The icing on the cake was that he said Italy had a dwarf to fight back with when someone very short came in by substitution.
yes, it is a bit racist, I didn?t want to sound like I was defending it.That's a bit racist ain't it? Specially when Germany fields a team that's mostly not german at all....
That is racist. They're all German.
No they aren't... I'm not talking about kids who moved to Germany at 4 years old, I'm talking about people like Podolski and Klose.
Podolski moved to Germany at two years old.
Klose moved to Germany at eight years old.
What is your point? How are you talking about them, but not about kids who moved to Germany at young age?
How is that derogatory or implying that one race is better than another? I'm merely stating they're different. That's not racism that's a true fact.
Calling someone a dwarf is on the other hand derogatory.