Kick football out of racism campaign launched

CAMPAIGNERS are demanding that footballers stop dragging their overpaid pastime into their bigotry.

The ball is black and white, which is a bad start

Members of far-right groups have called for anyone with the ability to run quickly, project a ball or have sex with a glamour model to be thrown off marches and have their white robes confiscated.

Massive racist Wayne Hayes said: “This country has a fine tradition of mindlessly hating anyone who doesn’t basically look exactly like Denis Waterman and we don’t need it sullied by these bunch of flash bastards.

“Being incredibly intolerant used to be a grassroots, working class pursuit but it’s been hijacked by rich sportsmen, which sends out the wrong message to any potential young racists out there.

“It’s not about the glamour or the fame, it’s about having a deep-seated loathing of foreigners. We need to rid our movement of footballers and get back to that core message.”

Representatives wearing badges featuring a picture of Stamford Bridge with a line drawn through it will visit schools, giving talks on how anybody can scream abuse about immigrants, regardless of their ability to run around in shorts.

The movement will present a petition today with 10,000 barely-legible signatures on it calling for the Home Secretary to force any racist found being a footballer to do community service in a working men’s club and attend an Inactivity Awareness course.

Hayes added: “Watching football while being racist may have been acceptable in the 70s but we want to show there’s no place for it in modern prejudice.”