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Police Warn Newcastle Fans: No Fascist Salutes On Sunday, Or We’ll Arrest You. Yes, That Should Work
Police have warned Newcastle fans that they will be subject to arrest of they mock new Sunderland coach Paolo Di Canio with fascist salutes on Sunday during their Premier League matchup. Di Canio is reputed to have pro-fascist political views, and reeled off the salute himself several times as a player. So, let’s sit back and watch the fun!
38 Sunderland Fans Lose Their Seats For The Very Technical-Sounding Violation Of “Persistent Standing”
People stand up at sporting events. It’s a thing to do when the home team does something well. It’s a thing to do when it’s a close game in the waning moments. It’s a thing to do to high-five other fans you don’t know and build passing friendships through sport. It’s also an offense punishable by Sunderland. Details, after the jump.
Hey, everybody, the (other) football is back! Sebastian Larsson’s late equalizer helped Sunderland grab a 1-1 draw with Liverpool in their opening day game at Anfield, and it was a beaut.
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