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No time for football after the events in Oslo

While I hate to be political, I simply cannot talk about football today after the horrific events in Oslo. The maniac responsible made it clear that a major reason for his barbaric actions was the rise of multi cultural societies in his and so many other countries. Manchester United is one of the most multi cultural football clubs in the world, both in its playing staff and its world wide fan base. Todays column is therefore devoted to simply giving sincere condolences and sympathy to Norway, all of its innocent victims and their families.

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3 Responses to “No time for football after the events in Oslo”

  1. Redrose says:

    Wholeheartedly concur and add my condolences too. What a senseless, twisted and cold-blooded thing to do.
    Horrific.
    R.I.P.

  2. Hod Birkby says:

    I sincerely agree with you.
    R I P

  3. Danny says:

    To all those that died for no reason other than hate, time europe woke up and realised taht for the past hundred years their biggest threat has not come from the middle east but from Nazis and Far Right lunatics! sahem on france, Austria, belgium, denmark, switzerland, italy, netherlands, and all the Far right governments and supporters of those countries and the EDL members of the UK doign nazi slautes at war memorials, may you all rot in hell! funny how liberal Norway is hit, while intolerant sweden and denmark have not, makes me think he had more help from swedish nazis!

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