I didn't link it to racism. I linked it to the steady stream of statements about the Asian Cup being multicultural, with the notion that little thought goes into exactly 'how' the AFC is multicultural.
I think the point I was making about press box food has been subtly misconstrued.
FFA can serve whatever it likes. But their parroting about Australia being a multicultural nation and the Asian Cup representing a rich cultural diversity is harder to swallow (hah!) when half the journos in the press box can't even stomach the food.
But it's not about what they serve... it's about the disconnect between what they say and what they do.
Perhaps if they stuck Jackie Chiles in at right-back, they'd have a chance.