Last night, Prince William attended a dinner to mark the Football Association's 150th anniversary. I noted the match he arranged at Buckingham Palace for the same cause in my post William of Orange. William apparently noted whilst dining of how football was "a huge force for good in the world".
The function was held at the Grand Cannaught Rooms in London, itself built on the site of the Freemasons' Tavern, where the Football Association - and original 13 rules - was formed back in 1863. BBC
Today we note from the BBC of a storm revolving around Manchester United sending out a newsletter to supporters which included a swastika style logo, with the title, NewOrder.
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Just a couple of weeks ago, it was reported that British military personnel, sang sectarian songs whilst attending (Protestant) Rangers' Ibrox Park. Daily Record
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