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Re: Kiko Casilla

Postby NottinghamWhite » 22 May 2020, 09:24

Why should Kiko or the club apologise when both felt he wasn’t guilty of anything ? Didn’t realise the lad was a Baggies player, the suspicious side of me wonders :roll:

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Re: Kiko Casilla

Postby Selby White » 22 May 2020, 09:53

NottinghamWhite wrote:Didn’t realise the lad was a Baggies player, the suspicious side of me wonders :roll:


And despite it be settled by the authorities he decides to kick off again just as we are starting to consider kicking a ball again, why now?
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Re: Kiko Casilla

Postby Fernandopartridge » 22 May 2020, 12:46

Selby White wrote:
NottinghamWhite wrote:Didn’t realise the lad was a Baggies player, the suspicious side of me wonders :roll:


And despite it be settled by the authorities he decides to kick off again just as we are starting to consider kicking a ball again, why now?


Because he was asked the question by the reporter fishing for something to write about?
If Casilla did actually use the insult he was reported to have used, Leko is fully in his rights to have expected an apology IMO. The fact that he is a West Brom player is completely irrelevant, it is completely unacceptable behaviour that does not have any place in our society or at Leeds United.
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Re: Kiko Casilla

Postby Selby White » 22 May 2020, 13:42

Fernandopartridge wrote:
Selby White wrote:
NottinghamWhite wrote:Didn’t realise the lad was a Baggies player, the suspicious side of me wonders :roll:


And despite it be settled by the authorities he decides to kick off again just as we are starting to consider kicking a ball again, why now?


Because he was asked the question by the reporter fishing for something to write about?
If Casilla did actually use the insult he was reported to have used, Leko is fully in his rights to have expected an apology IMO. The fact that he is a West Brom player is completely irrelevant, it is completely unacceptable behaviour that does not have any place in our society or at Leeds United.


Think the vast majority of us would agree If he said what was claimed.
The fact he still claims his innocence on the words used he isn't likely to apologise.
It's the If word that is the debatable part, did he or didn't he, none of us really know.
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Re: Kiko Casilla

Postby NottinghamWhite » 22 May 2020, 13:55

I think we all agree if it’s true he needs kicking out of the club but he’s proclaiming his innocence. There’s two sides to every story ;)
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