Jamie Vardy has won the admiration of Britain’s racist minority after scoring his twelfth league goal in as many games for Leicester City, a feat that makes him the top scorer in the first third of the Premier League season.
Vardy managed just five goals in thirty six top flight games last year for the Foxes, and has attributed his change in fortune to the moment he called an East Anglian man a ‘Jap’ last August.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, Britain First member Barry Lockhead said: ‘Jamie’s success is a sign that anyone can make a go of things, regardless of what race you blindly hate. Personally I can’t stand Jews, but I use Jamie’s example to beat them at their own game. I’m assistant manager at a branch of TSB. Can’t tell you which one, of course’.
Tony Bridger, a founding member of the BNP who left the party when he thought they were getting ‘too liberal’, took to Facebook to write: ‘Go on my son! They don’t like it up ’em LOLZ!!!’
Vardy himself was at pains to distance himself from his offensive altercation with a man who had never even been to East Asia, saying after Leicester’s 2-1 win over Watford: ‘I’m well pleased, obviously, and hope to keep scoring goals that help Leicester and get me into the England squad. As long as I don’t have to go to India or anywhere like that. Can’t stand curry mate, and you get the shits. Nah, fuck that. Why are looking at me like that?’
Leicester’s fantastic start to the season sees them lying third in the table, just one point off leaders Manchester City.