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Sven Roeder 3:43 Tue Apr 16
Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
He was just putting his hand on his upper lip and waving

Don’t mention the war
I think I got away with it

Don’t tell em your name Pike

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normannomates 6:12 Mon Apr 22
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
I respect the paddy poster Stirling..

Got some bollox that kid..and gives it back.. I respect that.
So many on here and in general. dont

normannomates 6:07 Mon Apr 22
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
Why should he apologise..

All the usual melts spouting the same old limp shite...

Fuck that.

normannomates 3:21 Mon Apr 22
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
JUST BE STRAIGHT.. ITS WHEN YOU SLY ABOUT IS WHEN YOU LOSE ALL RESPECT.

I'M A PATRIOT..BUT EVEN MOST OF MY OWN I DESPISE.. NOT WORTHY.. LET ALONE FOREIGNERS..

FUCK EM ALL

Hasans Fish Bar RIP 2:10 Mon Apr 22
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
Hodgson was always a quality manager. England aside his record is impressive though his England stats 56% or so maybe not that bad

Lots worse out there. What he did with Switzerland was pretty miraculous

cholo 10:30 Sun Apr 21
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
Cannot stand Hodgson, ever since his arrogant England press conference after the Iceland debacle, it's actually quite annoying he's done alright at Palace, so far.

Sven Roeder 6:21 Sun Apr 21
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
He could have said I was waving and shouting at the photographer and it was just an unfortunate shot in a series that wasn’t what it looks like.

To go the whole ‘Nazi? What that?’ defence ... I almost admire his sense of humour.
It is of course an utter load of bollocks for a 32 yo to say that.
And probably more embarrassing for Roy Hodgson to go along with it

geoffpikey 5:49 Sun Apr 21
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Mashed: Wayne's much older cousin, Terry Hennessy, was born during WWII. A fellow Welsh international footballer. Bangor , their birthplace, was evacuated during the Blitz. They must have spoken at some point??

I find it a bit IMPLAUSIBLE that Wayne is completely naive about the Nazis and WWII. Still, "judgement" apparently served.

I hope he learns something at school when he's out of short trousers.

Or he just gets the Black Forest Gateau he was clearly ordering.

mashed in maryland 2:44 Sun Apr 21
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I reckon he's lying.

BUT, there are people out there who are truly ignorant (in the true sense) of world history and general knowledge or even a vague idea of pop culture.

If you're an obsessive pro sportsman who's lived in a bubble all your life where you're literally isolated from anything that's not your sport since childhood then it's not impossible that he simply has no clue about world history.

Wouldn't be surprised if he was telling the truth.

cornish 2:30 Sun Apr 21
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
Don't believe it never.

gph 12:36 Sun Apr 21
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
David Icke, Mark Bosnich and now this bloke.

Certainly shows the effect of putting your head where other players' boots are...

Syd Puddefoot 8:24 Sat Apr 20
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
For a fast track education just sit him down to watch a particular episode of Fawlty Towers. Assuming he hasn't already seen it of course (like 99% of 32 year olds), in which case the subtle nuances of the plot must have totally escaped him in his ignorance.

Hermit Road 8:08 Sat Apr 20
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bruuuno 12:04 Sat Apr 20

gph 3:14 Sat Apr 20
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If he's that thick, he'll probably choose Golden Oldie as a tutor...

geoffpikey 1:51 Sat Apr 20
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Hogdson could have said something much different, Bruuno.

Hennessy got off. Fine, I suppose: nothing "proven". But this is just digging a ditch.

It will go away eventually. But it's truly lamentable, even if Roy is just "defending his player."

Sad management.

bruuuno 1:35 Sat Apr 20
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I think we can assume he does know and he was fronting it out

geoffpikey 1:20 Sat Apr 20
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
I seriously don't know whether to laugh or cry at this.

Pitiful excuses. Wayne must be the thickest / deafest / blindest man who has ever lived.

Well done, football. Roy: a man of your years should be ashamed.

Cheezey Bell-End 12:41 Sat Apr 20
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
This nonsense from Hodgson is so embarrassing that I can't bring myself to read it fully. If it was about a player from China or Africa, it might be plausible.

Any Old Iron 12:31 Sat Apr 20
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
According to the piss stained manager of Palace, Hennessy is now ‘desperate’ to learn all about Hitler and the nazis. Course he is woy.

bruuuno 12:04 Sat Apr 20
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
I admire the cut of his jib. Play them at their own game. The world is mental so join in

Syd Puddefoot 12:01 Sat Apr 20
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Dont worry, he is going to reform himself.

Wayne Hennessey 'desperate' to learn about Nazis.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/47996638

You wouldn't think the story could get more embarrassing but somehow it manages to.

El Scorchio 11:57 Fri Apr 19
Re: Wayne Hennessy didn’t know what a Nazi salute was
He’s got away with one there. Makes a mockery of all the things football and it’s governing bodies says it’s trying to do when they let this slide with a flimsy excuse like that. How can anyone take them seriously?

Also, would someone in the stands caught doing the same thing get away with it just by saying they were thick? Would they fuck. Arrested and lifetime ban from all football grounds more like it. They need to set an example and not allow horrendous double standards.

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