British soccer clubs have condemned reports about the “Jewish origin” of the Tottenham Hotspurs in Spain
“Alvaro, oh, Alvaro, oh. He came from Real Madrid, he hates the f****** Yids.”
Three British men have been arrested for posting anti-Semitic comments on Twitter following a soccer match in October.
The Drunken Ship pub in Rome was host to 30 Tottenham Hotspur fans, in town to watch their soccer team’s Europa League encounter with S.S. Lazio last Wednesday night. At approximately 1 a.m. Thursday, Lazio so-called ultras —extremist hooligan fans — turned up at the bar armed with stones, metal bars, and knuckle dusters and clad in motorcycle helmets and scarves to obscure their identities.
London’s Tottenham Hotspur soccer team defended fans who call themselves “Yids,” saying they adopted the term as a defense against anti-Semitic taunting.
Fans of London’s Tottenham Hotspur soccer team call themselves the ‘Yid Army’ and revel in the team’s perceived Jewish image. What happens when they come stateside?
Are Italian police banning shirts and flags displaying the Star of David at a European soccer championship match to be held this week?