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LIVER­POOL BAN IN­SULTS

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LIVER­POOL have banned the words “ben­der”, “midget” and “knob jockey” from An­field in a sen­sa­tional anti-dis­crim­i­na­tion guide.

The Kop out­fit have pro­duced a jaw-drop­ping hand­book con­tain­ing a list of words and phrases that should never be used by staff at the club. It means Luis Suarez and co will no longer be told to “man up”, or have to hear that they’ve “played like a girl”.

Liver­pool’s so­cial in­clu­sion of­fi­cer, Rishi Jain, said: “This pro­gramme of aware­ness en­ables our em­ploy­ees to recog­nise in­ap­pro­pri­ate lan­guage.

“It in­cludes in­ter­ac­tive work­shops and a hand­book which is de­signed to pro­vide in­for­ma­tion on the lat­est equal­ity leg­is­la­tion, in­clud­ing in­for­ma­tion re­lat­ing to what ter­mi­nol­ogy is deemed un­ac­cept­able.”

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Lezzer Poof Fairy Knob jockey Ben­der That’s gay Queen She-man Tranny Rent boy Downy Midget Crip­ple Man up Princess Spaz PAPISS CISSE in­sists he’s rar­ing to go af­ter putting his Wonga war with New­cas­tle be­hind him. Speak­ing for the first time since his hu­mil­i­at­ing climb­down in a bit­ter head-to-head with the club, the £9mil­lion striker claimed he’d only taken the de­ci­sion af­ter weeks of soul-search­ing.

The 28-year-old said: “It’s been a dif­fi­cult time for me, the club and the fans.

“I’ve had some use­ful dis­cus­sions with the club, my fam­ily and Is­lamic teach­ers in the past few weeks.

“Af­ter a huge amount of thought and re­flec­tion I have de­cided to fol­low my team-mates and wear the kit.

“It’s im­por­tant for ev­ery­one to con­cen­trate 100 per cent on football. It’s been great to be work­ing with my team-mates again this week. I feel ready to go.”

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