Paddy Power’s Paddy Ryan calls for Irish players to speak out against racism

PaddyRyan: The Irish have to speak up about the racism they face.

The country has to stand up and say that it’s not OK.

The sport must stand up for the victims of racism.

The Irish have had a bad season, they’ve had a lot of bad news, but the problem is that a lot has been lost.

The fact that they’ve gone out of their way to say that they’re not racist but people say, well, they are racist.

That’s how they’re going to react.

If they want to do something, they can.

But they’re trying to do it the wrong way.

I’m not going to go and say to them, “What you did was wrong.”

That’s not going happen.

They’re going, “No, we’re not going.”

I’m just saying that I don’t think we have the right people to speak on our behalf and that we’ve got to do everything we can to make sure that we get to the truth about racism and that it never happens again.

There are a lot more things that we have to do.

I’ve got no doubt that the Irish are doing everything that they can to stand by their players, but we’re going backwards.

We’ve got a lot to do, and we’ve lost the chance to win the European Championship.

If we want to win something, we have got to change the culture.

I know what’s going on in our society, I know how the culture works, and I know that I can get that culture changed.

We have to change how we talk about it.

The people who are involved in football are doing all they can, but that’s not enough.

I want people to come out and say what they are thinking and say it.

You know, you can’t hide from it.

There are a million different reasons why people say things, but it doesn’t make you a racist.

It makes you a victim.

I don:t want to say anything more, but if I can’t talk about the situation I’m in, then I can speak about something else.