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SBD Global/September 18, 2013/International Football
British PM David Cameron Enters Tottenham Hotspur Chant Controversy
Published September 18, 2013
JEWISH SUPPORT: In London, Peter Dominiczak reported Jewish groups said the term "Yid" is "always offensive and that it encourages anti-Semitism." The Board of Deputies of British Jews has said that "it backs" the FA's stance on the use of the word (TELEGRAPH, 9/17). Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust Chair Darren Alexander said, "There was a degree of defiance on Saturday and that was always going to happen with the way that the FA has gone about this. This is something I have been dealing with for seven years and all of a sudden the FA have gone out on a limb by issuing this statement without proper consultation with the club or the fans" (London DAILY MAIL, 9/17).