Clucas, simply loveleh.

'O Zio

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Yeah can’t say the amount of gambling advertising now is a good thing.

Players have been banned from removing their shirts after scoring so referencing a porn site was never going to be allowed.
I may be wrong, but I was under the impression that the not removing shirts thing was because the shirt sponsors were getting annoyed by it rather than it being about protecting kids from seeing Cristiano Ronaldo's impeccable physique. Makes sense cos the photos in the papers are usually of someone celebrating a goal, with the sponsor obviously front and center, so if they take the shirt off they've ruined one of the main reasons the sponsor is on there in the first place.
 

yankspurs

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Let me see if i’ve got this straight, a goal celebration have got people all offended because it may or may not be similar to the logo of a site barely anyone has heard of(and theres no indication Clucas heard of it btw) that might sometimes feature porn? I’ll tell you what, it is certainly impressive the lengths people go to get offended nowadays.
 

dontcallme

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Let me see if i’ve got this straight, a goal celebration have got people all offended because it may or may not be similar to the logo of a site barely anyone has heard of(and theres no indication Clucas heard of it btw) that might sometimes feature porn? I’ll tell you what, it is certainly impressive the lengths people go to get offended nowadays.
The story didn't come from people getting offended.

The Premier League put out a statement stating players in their league should not celebrate by referencing a porn site.

Swansea, being part of the PL, have condemned the action as frankly what else can they do?

This is then bizarrely interpreted as people getting offended despite it playing no part in the story. Like so often you've taken a swing and completely missed.
 
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