Megan Rapinoe is the Sue Bird of soccer, actually.
Megan Rapinoe said she “thought [the tattoos] were horrible.” Brian explained them as an effort to become “an active participant in prison culture.”
Sue Bird loves Israel, gay rights, and Megan Rapinoe.
“@GasAllJewss This is home. Welcome to the squad,” Adidas tweeted, along with an image of a jersey with the name on the back and a link to buy it.
Another lost football game, another display of Naziism from the team’s fans.
Chelsea Football Club, which launched an initiative to fight anti-Semitism in sports, and the New England Revolution will send a 30-member delegation.
“We found these people in our archives, but we knew nothing about them,” Stefano Bazzano, a fan representative at Hertha Berlin.
The chant goes: “My father was in the commandos, my mother was in the SS, together they burned Jews ’cause Jews burn the best.”
“If you just ban people, you will never change their behavior,” Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck said.
“We’ll hopefully get some food into him in the first half, keep him on the bench, and if we need him in the second half he can play some minutes.”