It seems that hockey has at least gotten the public’s attention to do the right thing a few times. late in the day It’s on top of almost nothing, but it goes from nothing to a few Barely anything above inches is the lowest form of progress. But progress.
A couple A few days ago, Michigan state hockey player Jagger Joshua made a statement on Twitter:
He felt compelled to go public because the Big 10 did nothing to punish Ohio State quarterback Kamil Sadl.turn off Since Sadiocha was the only player to be fouled in the game Joshua was referring to, it’s pretty easy to finger him as the player who hurled multiple racial slurs at Joshua.
And of course, the conference did nothing at first, satisfied that a game violation was punishment enough for racially abusing an opponent. The idea of ”enough evidence” was laughable, of course, because Sadiocha was thrown by an official on the ice. It won’t be too difficult to ask the official why he fired Sadl for the conferenceand get all the evidence they’ll need.
It’s unclear what the conference’s motivations were for allowing this transition, but any conclusion they could draw on their own would be infuriating and sad. First, they really think that getting kicked out of a game is enough to commit racism on the ice. Of course, their claim that there is insufficient evidence will not support this. It could have been their investigation that never included talking to the ref, which would have been an assumption of the investigation. Or they didn’t want to hold all their other officers to the same standard. None of these are acceptable.
Ohio State was forced into action late last night after Joshua’s announcement on Twitter, which looks like a questionable news dump. he?:
This comes after MSU and OSU released a statement earlier saying they had come to some kind of decision, not explaining what it was or who they talked to or anything, but also that they never said anything racist. It was as delicious as it could possibly be, in the vain hope that it would all fly. That would be the normal hockey way.
In the end, the situation was resolved with the dismissal of Sadlocha from the team. But hockey had to be dragged kicking and screaming back to the right choice which is pretty cut and dried situation. Maybe one day, instead of kicking and screaming, they’ll just drag their feet and get there.
Cristiano Ronaldo finally got what he wanted, which was to be released from his contract with Manchester United, because he openly declared everyone to be a fool, you usually work. What he really wanted was for everyone to talk about it when he didn’t even play, and he got it.
Now that he is a free agent, the funniest result is that Ronaldo sees no Champions League club willing to pay him what would still be an exorbitant salary because Ronaldo can’t do anything anymore. Unless you’re a team that can only stand around the penalty spot and place an obelisk that allows your other players to deflect the ball away from it and into the net. Fingers crossed.
Although the news came out that day It is reported that the Glazers have put the club up for sale. Maybe the Ronaldo thing was the straw that broke their back, in which case if he gets them out of the Glazers, he will forever be a United hero to their fans. For some reason it always wins.
Were they porn yesterday?
Finally, I missed this on Sunday:
Not that I know who it is, of course.