Muslim Nigger Privilege overrules FIFA Law


Muslim Nigger Privilege overrules FIFA Law

The International Football Association Board’s “Laws of the Game”:

Law 4: The Players’ Equipment


Slogans, statements, images and advertising

Equipment must not have any political, religious or personal slogans, statements or images. Players must not reveal undergarments that show political, religious, personal slogans, statements or images, or advertising other than the manufacturer`s logo. For any offence the player and/or the team will be sanctioned by the competition organiser, national football association or to be justified by FIFA.


The International Football Association Board (IFAB) is the body that determines the Laws of the Game of association football. IFAB was founded in 1886 to agree standardised Laws for international competition, and has since acted as the “guardian” of the internationally used Laws; since its establishment in 1904 FIFA, the sport’s top governing body, has recognised IFAB’s jurisdiction over the Laws. IFAB is known to take a highly conservative attitude regarding changes to the Laws of the Game.

Media celebrates Muslim Nigger Paul Pogba’s illicit T-shirt display.

The Sun:

Paul Pogba dedicates goal to is [sic] late father


Pogba doubled France’s lead just after the interval with a beauty.

The £89million man shrugged off his Old Trafford blues with a brilliant 30-yard free-kick to bag his ninth goal for his country and fire a message back to Mourinho ahead of Saturday’s game against Swansea.

Pogba dedicated his goal to his late father by revealing a shirt reading: “Happy birthday Papa.”

The Manchester Evening News:

Manchester United player Paul Pogba explains goal celebration for France

Paul Pogba was back on target for France vs Russia and the Man Utd midfielder dedicated his goal to his late father with a message.

By Samuel Luckhurst, 28 March 2018

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba dedicated his free-kick in France’s 3-1 win over Russia to his late father.

Pogba struck a 49th-minute free-kick in Saint Petersburg to make it 2-0 to Les Bleus and lifted his shirt to reveal a message dedicated to his father, Fassou Antoine, who passed away last year.

It was Pogba’s first goal for the national team in the wake of his parent’s passing and the French midfielder poignantly registered on his father’s birthday.

Pogba’s T-shirt read: ‘Joyeux anniversaire Papa, Allah y Rahmou‘ [sic] and the 25-year-old amplified on his dedication on social media after the match. “Happy birthday Dad, merci for watching over me and my brothers,” Pogba wrote.

Huffington Post France:

Paul Pogba rend un bel hommage à son père décédé après son magnifique but

Le 28 mars, 2018

“Joyeux anniversaire Papa. Paix à ton âme”. C’est l’émouvant message que Paul Pogba avait écrit sur son t-shirt, et qu’il a dévoilé en soulevant son maillot ce mardi 27 mars après son magnifique but inscrit sur coup franc contre la Russie en match de préparation à la Coupe du Monde 2018. Le joueur de Manchester United a perdu son père en mai 2017, souligne L’Equipe. Il aurait fêté son anniversaire aujourd’hui.

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